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Peak Fastball Velocities – 2015 Under Armour All-America Game

Of the seventeen pitchers to throw in the 2015 Under Armour All-America Game, four touched 95 mph or higher with their fastball — while eleven reached at least 92 mph.

Riley Pint (RHP – Lenexa, KS), the starter for the home National team, started off the game at 97 mph — and touched 99 later in the top of the first inning.

See below for a complete list of peak fastball velocities.

MPH Pitcher(s)
99 Riley Pint (RHP – Lenexa, KS)
96 Alex Speas (RHP – Powder Springs, GA)
Forrest Whitley (RHP – San Antonio, TX)
95 Gregory Veliz (RHP – Key West, FL)
94 Zach Linginfelter (RHP – Sevierville, TN)
93 Rian Haire (LHP – Hudson, NC)
Brenden Heiss (RHP – Lake in the Hills, IL)
Jesus Luzardo (LHP – Parkland, FL)
Alek Manoah (RHP – Homestead, FL)
Anthony Molina (RHP – Pembroke Pines, FL)
92 Jonathan Gettys (LHP – Gainesville, GA)
91 Nick Hanson (RHP – Savage, MN)
Mitchell Miller (LHP – Covington, GA)
Graeme Stinson (LHP – Norcross, GA)
90 Garrett Gooden (RHP – Decatur, GA)
Kyle Muller (LHP – Dallas, TX)
89 Travis Hosterman (LHP – Oviedo, FL)


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