Top 10 Pitchers With the Hardest Fastballs of All-Time
While playing the baseball you need have a good arm speed and how fast you can throw the ball . Well today we will bring you the list of some Hardest Fastballs of All-Time in Major League Baseball. In baseball, the pitcher is the player who throws the baseball from the pitcher’s mound toward the catcher to begin each play, with the goal of retiring a batter. So check out some of the fastball’s of all time in Baseball ever thrown.
|Nolan Ryan||1974||108.1 MPH|
|Bob Feller||1946||107.6 MPH|
|Aroldis Chapman||2010||105.1 MPH|
|Joel Zumaya||2006||104.8 MPH|
|Neftali Feliz||2010||103.4 MPH|
|Andrew Cashner||2012||103.3 MPH|
|Henry Rodríguez||2010||103.2 MPH|
|Bob Turley||1954||103.2 MPH|
|Mark Wohlers||1995||103 MPH|
|Kelvin Herrera||2012||102.8 MPH|
Henry Rodríguez : Washington Nationals : 103.2 MPH:
Henry Rodríguez holds the record of the hardest fastball in the MLB while playing for the team of the Washington Nationals. He is one of the best paid pitchers in Major league baseball today .
Nolan Ryan : California Angels : 108.1 MPH :
The maximum hardest fastball record is scored by the legend “Nolan Ryan” when he played for the team of the California Angels . He created this record in 1974 and no one get closer to his record so far.
Bob Feller : Cleveland Indians : 107.6 MPH :
Bob Feller one of the big names from the baseball sports , he is an outstanding pitcher of his times , he died December 15, 2010 but his record of hardest fastball still remain’s on top at 2nd position with 107.6 MPH speed.