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The Measure Of A Fastball

A fast fastball is a lot faster than it used to be.

On Sept. 24, 2010, Aroldis Chapman threw the fastest recorded pitch in major league history.

His 105.1 mph fastball was the first time the 105 mph barrier had been broken. It wasn’t Chuck Yeager breaking the sound barrier, but

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