Anatomy Of A Fastball

Hurling a 100-mile-per-hour fastball down the middle is a special skill worth analyzing. But a big-league pitcher's arm, wrist, and finger movements change so rapidly that they're almost impossible to dissect. This thwarts efforts to learn from good pitchers -- or figure out what's wrong when they have injuries or slumps.

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