That is a tough question to answer because of variables that would limit how many innings the pitcher could pitch, such as pitch counts and how good the pitcher was pitching and, in the National League, whether the pitcher is coming up to bat in an inning and the manager decides to pinch hit for him. MLB starting pitchers pitch every 5 games which means they would pitch no more than two games in one week. The most innings pitched in MLB in 2010 was 250 2/3 by Roy Halladay in 33 starts. This averages out to 7 3/5 innings per gsme and 15 1/5 innings every two games. So, the pitcher that pitched the most innings in MLB in 2010 averaged between 15 and 15 1/3 innings per week.
The all time MLB record is 17 consecutive plate appearances reaching base by Frank Ward in 1893. Ward got 8 hits, 8 walks, and hit by a pitch once. The modern day MLB record is held by Hall of Famer Ted Williams who reached base in 16 consecutive plate appearances in 1957. He got six hits, was walked 9 times, and hit by a pitch once.
A slider is a baseball pitch that breaks, or moves sideways and/or downward as it approaches the catcher. It is harder to catch and hit, and is often used to confuse batters.
100 mph by me babey.
I don't know exactly but I've watched the Little League World Series enough and they always refer to Little Leaguers pitching speed in relation to MLB and I believe that 70 mph Little League would be around 100 mph MLB A 70 mph little league pitch is equivalent to about a 111 mph MLB pitch. (This is calculated based on an average little league pitch at 57.5 mph and an average MLB pitch at 91 mph.)
I would say the average 12 year old pitches about 55-65 mph with 65 being the upper range for tournament players. In the Little League World Series you may see a kid pitch 70+mph but that is exceptional.
82 mph from some kid in the little league world series
The fastest Little league pitch was 90 MPH. A twelve year old by threw this pitch. His name is Tanner Beebe.
I am not quite sure who the fastest pitcher in general would be, but a few pitchers such as Trey Quinn, Kennon Fontenot, and Kyle Carter are known for pitching in the low 80's. The fastest little league pitch I have ever seen was 84mph by Kyle Carter from Columbus, GA.
No. Hampton pitched for the Braves between 2003-2006. He did pitch in the 2003 and 2004 NLDS but never a World Series for the Braves. He did pitch in the 2000 World Series for the New York Mets.
The most noted first pitch in the 2001 World Series was in game three when President George Bush threw out the first pitch.