Saturday, September 25, 2010

Faaaaaasssssst Pitch

Aroldis Chapman
The fastest pitch ever recorded in Major League history:

105 mph -- ball two to Tony Gwynn (the son of the Hall of Famer) from Aroldis Chapman, the young fireballer from Cuba who might be the only bright spot in the Cincinnati Reds' season.

Out of the 25 pitches Chapman threw in 1 1/2 innings of work, none of them was below 100 mph.

Don't blink, you'll miss it.

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