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Cincinnati Reds relief pitcher Aroldis Chapman pitches a fastball in the eighth inning against the San Diego Padres during their MLB National League baseball game in San Diego, California September 24, 2010. Chapman recorded a pitch of 105 mph in the inning. REUTERS/Mike Blake (MIKE BLAKE)
Cincinnati Reds relief pitcher Aroldis Chapman pitches a fastball in the eighth inning against the San Diego Padres during their MLB National League baseball game in San Diego, California September 24, 2010. Chapman recorded a pitch of 105 mph in the inning. REUTERS/Mike Blake (MIKE BLAKE)

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Aroldis Chapman, Reds



105 mph (2010)



Joel Zumaya, Tigers



104.8 mph (2006)



Chapman, Reds



104 mph (2010)



Mark Wohlers, Braves



103 (1995)



The 102-mph mark has been hit eight times, most recently this season by Neftali Perez of the Texas Rangers.

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