depends on how fast its thrown. every pitcher has a different speed
A fastball is a type of pitch thrown by a pitcher.
Most pither's Curveball's are thrown slower then there fastballs. Usually about 10 mph slower. so if a major league pitcher throws a 95 mph fastball the curveball would be about 85. However there are some pitchers whose curveball's go the same speed as their fastball.
A heavy fastball is a fastball that does not have much movement but does have the appearance of rising. It is normally thrown between 85 mph and up. The opposite is a fastball that is thrown 85 mph or more with movement in and all.
The fastball was not invented it was just thrown and probably by the first person ever threw a baseball.
me at 700 mph dont hate
105 mph is the fastest fast ball ever thrown in baseball.
A bunch. In fact, the vast majority of major league pitchers have never thrown a no-hitter in major league baseball. Many more have thrown no-hitters in high school or college ball.
A slider is a pitch in baseball that breaks laterally and down. It is not thrown at the velocity that a fastball is thrown at, but its velocity is faster than a curve ball. The break on a slider is not as big as a curve ball. The slider is similar to a cut fastball, but will break more than a cut fastball.
2010 Chapman 105 mph fastball