99 thoughts on “How to Pitch Faster | Baseball Pitching

  1. PLEASE RESPOND! I am 12 and I play in a 14 year Olds league and the mound is 54 feet from the plate. I am trying pitching since it's my first year of baseball but can only throw 35-40 mph. Help?

  2. My splitter is faster then fastball. My splitter is about 65 and fastball about 51. My splitter has the most nastiest brake ever

  3. Wow all u guys so cool!! My cousin pitches 93 and might be getting drafted in 2016. Been scouted by Marlins Yankees white sox etc

  4. can you train me in baseball to make me a good baseball player .. i like to play in major league.. i live in Philippines .. thank you..

  5. All these 10 yr olds are saying they throw 89 and I'm 16 and I hit 70 but with 0 accuracy. Y'all going pro

  6. My son is 11 almost 12 are coach brought a radar gun. So they used it on my son it showed 81 MPH. How fast would pitch around high school (he's in going into 7th).

  7. Ok guys evryone that is watching this and is a pitcher don't worry about speed right not because that will come with time work and good mechanics so you can do drills and stuff to get faster do those also but it will not happen night and day it will take time work and practice 😀

  8. I'm 11 and I throw 63mph in my little league, I'm going to be one of the oldest next year do u think I'm going to be a stud? Like if so

  9. You want to learn throw faster? Use a larger sized ball for your hand. Try at least two throwing sessions a week with a regulation Softball. Especially as a kid, super way to teach control out of the hand and technique

  10. Im 13 and throw 67-72 on average maxed out on 76 though. thoughts? leave responses i need help on how to throw a changeup

  11. Let’s get real the average high school pitcher throws about 70 mph the average little league 9 year old throws about 42 mph and the average none baseball player is much slower than that so stop lying

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