Last quote by Glenn Fleisig
That's feasible. But I don't think you'll ever see a pitcher averaging 10 to 20 miles per hour more than that, even with all the science, technology and medicine. We are, I believe, at the limit of maximum velocity. And a decade from now it won't be any different than it is now, but it'll continue to get more crowded at the top. Why is that? In the biomechanics of pitching, this is all the ligaments and tendons can take.feedback
Apr 02 2017
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Apr 02 2017
If there are two guys throwing 95 miles per hour for an average fastball, one of them could have better mechanics than the other and the stress on his elbow could be vastly different.feedback
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