- Aroldis Chapman
- 105.1 mile(s) per hour
- アメリカ合衆国 (San Diego,PETCO Park)
The fastest baseball pitch is 105.1 mph (169.14 km/h) and was thrown by Aroldis Chapman (Cuba) for the Cincinnati Reds in a game against the San Diego Padres, at PETCO Park, San Diego, California, USA, on 24 September 2010. Chapman came into the game as a reliever and threw the record breaking pitch with one out in the eighth inning in a 1-2 count to Tony Gwynn Jr (USA). The pitch missed inside and was called a ball, but Chapman later struck Gwynn out. The speed was measured by Pitch F/x.