ADAM OTTAVINO Slider- 83.8MPH, 2771RPM w/ 12″ x 34.8″ break ROSS STRIPLING KC- 80.3 MPH, 2569 RPM, 5.9 ft extension 7.2″ x 57.6″ break FF- 91.9 MPH, 2271 RPM, 6 ft extention 1.2″ […]
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ZACK GREINKE Change- 88.1MPH, 1593RPH, 10.8″ x 31.2″ break Curve- 68.7MPH, 2323RPM, 15.6″ x 72″ break AARON NOLA We have a 93.3MPH four-seam FB, a 78.9MPH curve, and a 92.6MPH two-seam FB […]
MADISON BUMGARNER Cutter- 84.3MPH, 2008RPM 3.6″ x 30″ break Curve- 75.8MPH, 2273RPM, 9.6 “x 52.4” break Change- 83.8MPH, 1436RPM, 14.4″ x 34.8″ break CLAYTON KERSHAW 73.5MPH curve over an 88.5MPH for […]
JOSE BERRIOS Curveballs vs Odor- 84MPH, 2573RPM w/a 48.6″ V-Break (5.7 ft extension) vs Gallo (lighter)- 83.7MPH, 2531RPM w/a 42″V-Break (5.7 ft extension) TREVOR BAUER vs LMartin (FF, 96MPH)- 2397 RPM […]
LUIS SEVERINO 101 MPH Four Seam Fastball + 88 MPH Slider MAX SCHERZER Four seam- 97.5MPH, 2478RPM, 8.4″/18″ h/v break Changeup- 84.4MPH, 1544RPM, 13.2″/38.4″ h/v break Slider- 85MPH, 2537RPM, 2.4″/34.8″ h/v break […]
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