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There are 30 teams in MLB and each team carries 11 or 12 pitchers. That would make between 330-360 pitchers on active rosters in MLB.
College fastpitch pitchers average in the 70s. MLB players pitch in the 90s and occassionly top 100mph.
In MLB, a 90 MPH fastball is considered good although there are several pitchers that can reach the high 90s with their fastball. Curveballs are generally in the low 80s MPH.
Pitchers are chosen by the manager of the team
Yes, a pitcher can pitch as many games as necessary, even if they are consecutive. Remember, starting pitchers aren't the only ones who pitch. Many times relievers and closers can play many games in a row, but starting pitchers still can pitch consecutive games if it is necessary. If there is any reason for the starting pitcher to play in a second consecutive game, he will more than likely pitch in relief for one or two innings.
He was one of the best pitchers in MLB history.
There are very few sidearm submarine pitchers in the MLB but to name a few there is Mike Myers, Cla Meredith, Chad Bradford, and Mike Koplove.
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For starting pitchers in MLB, that would be 4 games. Most MLB teams use a starting rotation of 5 pitchers. Each starting pitcher waits/rests arm while the other four take their turn. So, a starting pitcher in MLB would start every 1 in 5 games.
There are quite a few pitcher in the MLB who pitch side-arm. These include Carl Mays, Elden Auker, Dick Hyde, Jeff Innis, Kelly Wunsch, Steve Reed, and Byung-Hyun Kim.
In MLB, the pitching rubber is at a height of 10 inches.
The diameter of an MLB pitcher's mound is 18 feet.
16, all by National League pitchers. Yovani Gallardo of the Milwaukee Brewers led all pitchers in home runs with 4.
In MLB 2008 there are two knuckleballers ... Tim Wakefield in Boston and RA Dickey in Seattle.