Recent Examples of radar gun from the Web
Noah Syndergaard – is consistently hitting triple digits on the radar gun after being limited to seven starts a year ago by an arm injury.
Per one scout’s radar gun, Greinke’s fastball registered in the mid-80s during the start — a perhaps worrisome figure.
With his fastball consistently registering as high as 95 mph on the Sloan Park radar gun, Darvish walked Los Angeles leadoff man Chris Taylor to start the first.
Kids who can break a radar gun but don’t know how to pitch are prized.
Herrera worked around a one-out single, touched 98 mph easily on the radar gun and struck out a batter.
About six scouts showed up to watch, their iPads and radar guns at the ready behind home plate.
When the radar gun kept popping up 92s and 93s last year, there was reason for concern.
Carlson didn't face more than four batters in any inning and once again hit 68 miles per hour on the radar gun and had good control of her changeup as well.
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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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