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It is a MYTH. Well, maybe it is real in Kilometres per hour, but The fastest ever recorded fastball is between the high seventies and low eighties in MPH. any official source will tell you so. and for those of you that compare to Baseball, the fastest pitch in baseball was 105 mph. now sorry, but if you are talking about the fastest softball pitcher, it was necessary to bring in the fastest baseball pitcher. His name is Aroldis Chapman, he pitched 105 mph and several pitches all over 102 mph there after.

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Q: What is the fastest softball pitchers speed?

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