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7/14/15: Aroldis Chapman hits 100+ mph on the radar gun several times while fanning the side in order in the 9th at the 2015 All-Star Game

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24 thoughts on “2015 ASG: Chapman uses 100+ mph pitches to fan side

  1. Was at Yankee's game 2 years ago.. Sanchez let one of Chapmans pitches get by him, (no surprise) .. it caromed off the backstop back into Sanchez's glove by the time he turned around. He throws so hard, you can hear the ball traveling to the plate. The dude is also solid muscle, apparently. Hes a beast.

  2. Watching his fastball is just like Nolan Ryan in the early 1970's with the Angels…….after pitching 11+innings…. and 200+ pitches, Chapman is right there….

  3. It is worth the price of admission to see Chapman pitch to three batters. Just to hear the catchers mitt pop.

  4. 🇨🇺🇨🇺🇨🇺🇨🇺Viva Cuba one of those powerfull monsters that little country produce

  5. The speed of those pitches has to mess with the batters or do somthing to there head. It would me. I remember chapman's first close with the reds (I love in cincy it was kind of a big thing) I was amazed, he threw so hard and was still accurate with it.

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