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Harvey, who looked dominant in the first inning, hitting 95 miles per hour on the radar gun and needing just 11 pitches to get the first three outs, gradually lost the steam on his fastball.
Maeda retired the side in order with two strikeouts in the sixth and seventh innings, his fastball a tick or two higher than normal on the radar gun nd his slider sharp.
The scouts had their radar guns targeting every pitch, with one in attendance reporting that Vasil’s fastball was clocked at 94 miles per hour.
McPherson hit 91 miles per hour on the radar gun over the winter and has realized the value of working out his lower half to help him on the mound.
Fulmer's fastball was consistently hitting 95-96 m.p.h., according to the Publix Field radar gun, on Sunday.
At times, his speed got up to 100 miles per hour on the radar gun.
Peralta struck out the side in one inning – retiring Manny Machado, Jonathan Schoop and Colby Rasmus – while displaying a 97-99 mph fastball that hit 100 on the team’s radar gun with a curveball and changeup.
Noah Syndergaard – is consistently hitting triple digits on the radar gun after being limited to seven starts a year ago by an arm injury.
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Definition of radar gun for English Language Learners
: a small device that uses radar to measure the speed of a moving object (such as a car or a ball)
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