In September 2010, 22 year old Aroldis Chapman of the Cincinnati Reds threw the fastest pitch on record against the San Diego Padres, the pitch was clocked at 105 mph.
The fastest baseball pitcher is Aroldis Chapman. He pitched the fastest fastball ever recorded, clocking at 105 mile per hour.
cole hamels or Brandon webb Yeah, right. The fastest pitch recognized by MLB was by Cincinnati Reds lefty Aroldis Chapman on September 25, 2010 in San Diego. He was clocked at 105.1 MPH.
The fastest pitch ever thrown clocked officially was 78 MPH.
The fastest pitch thrown at Fenway Park was 108 mph.
The fastest officially clocked pitch was by Brian Jarrell at 72 MPH.
105 mph is the fastest fast ball ever thrown in baseball.
The fastest pitch ever thrown in a major league game was by Aroldis Chapman and it was 105 M.P.H. in his rookie season. Others who have thrown over a 100 M.P.H. are Joel Zumaya and Nolan Ryan.
The fastest pitch ever to be recorded was thrown before radarguns were invented but was measured in recent years and was said to have been thrown at 116 mph by Satchel Paige. (this pitch of course was thrown after the Negro leagues were terminated and he entered the MLB for the Baltimore Orioles)
I play softball so i should know ! The fastest pitch ever thrown by a woman was 80 something mph.
the fastest pitch ever recorded was 93.2 in the 1996 olimpics!!!
jakob lee Jones