A baseball or a rocket… ‘168.3km’ was the highest speed in the major leagues

Top speed of 104.6 miles per hour (about 168.3 km).

Joan Duran (Minnesota Twins, 25) set the record for the highest pitch in the Major League Baseball (MLB) this season. In eight months, he surpassed his personal best speed of 103.8 miles, recorded against the White Sox in September last year.

Duran, who made his debut last year, threw a fearsome fastball in the top of the ninth inning in a home game against the San Francisco Giants held at Target Field in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA on the 25th (Korean time).

Duran’s next opponent, who struck out the first batter, was Wilmer Flores.

Duran, who threw 103.3 miles per hour in the first pitch, recorded 104.4 miles in the second pitch and 104.6 miles (approximately 168.3 km) in the third pitch. He became the eighth pitcher to throw 104 mph or more since ‘pitch tracking’ was introduced in the major leagues in 2008.

However, Processes cut all of these balls and struck a double on the fourth pitch.

Duran, driven to the point of conceding, struck out Casey Schmidt, who followed, and ended the game.

Duran also showed off his superpowers by throwing a fastball at 104.0 mph at Schmidt.먹튀검증

On the other hand, along with Duran, Jordan Hicks (St. Louis) and Aroldis Chapman (Kansas City), who are considered MLB’s representa

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