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Q: What is a good throw down time for a fastpitch catcher?
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3.5 seconds


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How fast does a catcher throw a ball?

Generally speaking a catcher throws back to the pitcher, each pitch he catches. This throw however, is a direct, straight one, but has a velocity 75 miles per hour or less. The catcher's most throws travel a short distance to the pitcher who stands 50 feet 7 inches away ( generally ) However, often times a catcher is involved in a "live" throw which is thrown to stop a base-runner from stealing base, or the catcher is throwing the ball to one of his fellow players in an ongoing play that requires him to throw with accuracy and good speed. In such situations, the catcher may throw a baseball anywhere between 75 to 85 miles per hour.


Does a catcher have to wear an official catcher's mitt or can he wear a fielder's glove?

It is not in the rule book that a catcher must wear a catcher's glove, however, it is a very good to do so. The hardest throwing pitchers in the MLB throw in the mid to high 90's. Without a catcher's glove, you would break your hand and fingers.


What is a good time from home to first in fastpitch softball?

Under 3 seconds is a good time.


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