In the pros it's under two seconds. It's called pop. It's a combo of reactions= speed of release of ball - velocity of ball and accuracy
Ivan Rodriguez I think
If you have a Nunchuk, hold the direction of the base you want to throw to. Right=1st, Up=2nd, Left=3rd, Down=Home. If you don't have a Nunchuk, you can use horizontal remote.
he could not throw to 1st base from the 2nd base position, he some kind of mental block and could not throw to 1st, he would throw it all over the place
YES ... throwing a ball to an unoccupied base is a balk ...
The distance is measured from the back of home plate to the back corner of 2nd base. The distance is 127 feet 3 3/8 inches.
you could check the runners at 2nd and 3rd, and then throw to first base. Once that is done, throw it home to prevent the runner on 3rd to go home.
In most cases, the second baseman will be covering 2nd base on a hit or fly out to LF.
Assuming there is no force at home, chase the runner towards third base and that increases your chance of getting one or perhaps two outs. By throwing home, again assuming no force, the runner could get back to second safely and the throw to home is meaningless.
If you think the Peregrine Falcon is the fastest then the Gyrfalcon is second. I do believe the Gyr is the fastest.
Jupiter is the fastest, Saturn is the 2nd fastest, Uranus is the 3rd fastest, and Neptune is the slowest.
1st base - kissing 2nd base - feeling up 3rd base - feeling down 4th base - all the way
The official scorer would have to determine if the throw was catchable. If the throw was, then the error would be on the first baseman and he would be charged as such. If on the other hand the throw was a bad one and the first baseman had to reach and could not catch the ball, then the error is on the pitcher. Only one error would be charged even though the base runner advanced two base and scored.