between 45-60mph depending on the age of the youngster. If you have a 12 year old that can throw between 60-70mph and has good placement on his pitches, you can almost guarantee by the time he is a freshman or sophomore in high school, he'll be throwing about 75-80 mph and college scouts will be at every game he pitches. He will also need to have a breaking ball and a change-up to work on by then.
the average speed is 64.78 MPH
My husband and I took my son to a street fair when he was 11 and head pitcher for his little league team. They had a machine there that tested his throwing speed and his speed was 51 mph. The guy said he was above average.
90-92 is considered average for a mlb pitcher. randy Johnson was recorded throwing 103 and that is the highest ever recorded
the average speed is a 7.1 60 yard dash.
depends on how fast its thrown. every pitcher has a different speed
In general, add aboout 20 mph because you are calculating the different pitching lengths. Little league pitchers throw from 45 feet, major leaguers throw from 60.5 feet. For example, a little league pitcher throwing a 70 mph pitch is equivalent to a major league player throwing about a 90 mph pitch.
I don't know exactly but I've watched the Little League World Series enough and they always refer to Little Leaguers pitching speed in relation to MLB and I believe that 70 mph Little League would be around 100 mph MLB A 70 mph little league pitch is equivalent to about a 111 mph MLB pitch. (This is calculated based on an average little league pitch at 57.5 mph and an average MLB pitch at 91 mph.)
The average pitching speed for a 10 year old is 38
That depends on your average speed. If your average speed is 60mph, then a little over 2 hours. If your average speed is 30mph, then it's going to be a little over 4 hours.
The speed varies from pitcher to pitcher but the average is about 85-100 depending on the type of pitch thrown.