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    Tennessee Pitcher Throws Over 105MPH

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    Re: Tennessee Pitcher Throws Over 105MPH

    The fastest I ever heard in MLB history was Sudden Sam McDowell’s fastball, supposedly clocked at 106 mph. Don’t know if it was ever confirmed. The radar gun was introduced around the time he retired (1975) which would have been well past his prime.





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