Knuckleball Schwartz of the Washington Senators.
Mordecai Brown was the first person to throw a curveball. They called him "the three fingered pitcher"
If he is skilled enough
who was first MLP pitcher to throw 90mph
yes, the only base a pitcher cant fake a throw to is first
Great question. The pitchers command means that his pitches are doing what he wants them to do. If his intent is to throw a curve ball, then the ball will curve. The pitcher has control when the pitches he throws are staying in the strike zone like he wants. If he wants to throw a ball, then he is throwing balls. your curveball can curve, your breaking ball can break, your slider will slide, and your fastball is fast.... however if you can't get it over the plate ( or reasonably within range), you have no control.
A left handed pitcher can fake a throw to first base so long as the pitcher disengages the pitching rubber with the pivot foot (in this case, the left foot) prior to feigning the throw. If a left handed pitcher feigns a throw without disengaging the rubber, it is considered a balk.
sandy kofaux was the first to perfect the curveball
It all depends on what pitch the pitcher is throwing, fastball are faster than curve balls, changeups. The average speed of a fastball in the MLB is 93 MPH.
as long as the pitcher is not on the pitching, rubber he can fake a throw to first, if he is on the rubber and does this, it is a bulk