Aroldis Chapman of the Cincinnati Reds holds the record for the fastest pitch in baseball during a game. The radar gun clocked Chapman’s pitch at 105 mph against Andrew McCutchen of the Pittsburgh Pirates. Your arm is not as good as Chapman’s, and your career is also winding down. Retirement is just around the corner.
When we talk about radar guns, the first thing that comes to mind is fastball pitches that result in embarrassing strikes or cracking home runs. It is a gambit in baseball to throw a fastball, but having a strong arm that breaks 100mph is something to brag about. Anyone can make a tall tale on