Generally, a 90 MPH fast ball for an MLB pitcher is considered good. There are some that can throw in the upper 90s and, in the 2006 World Series, Joel Zumaya was clocked at 103 MPH.
about 65 mph
Im 14 to and I throw 75
The average 10 yr old kid throws the ball 45MPH. About 33% of pitchers this age can throw the ball 45-50MPH and about 13% can throw the ball 51-55. About 1 kid in a million can throw the ball 60MPH. If your kid can throw more then 48MPH he is considered above average.
it depends on how fast you throw it.
Simple flick the wii remote as fast as you can.
throw it and it tells you how fast you throw
Aroldis Chapman threw a ball that was clocked at 104 mph.
Very very hard, especially when going fast
Depends on how fast you throw it... ;)
it depends on how fast you throw it
A bowling ball has more momentum. You cannot throw it as fast, but a tenpin ball weighs 16 pounds and a baseball only 1/3 pound. Momentum is mass times velocity and if you throw the bowling ball at 10 mph but the baseball at 90 mph the bowling ball still has much more momentum.
It depends on how hard you throw it, obviously!
Grayson really wanted to teach manic is baseball . maniac learned how to throw a fast ball amd a stop ball .
Lacrosse referred to as simply "hockey", is Canada national sport. A fast paced game, lacrosse is played with a ball and a racquet, called a lacrosse "stick".