New York Yankees outfielder Aaron Hicks made history on Wednesday night when he threw gunned down Oakland's Danny Valencia at the plate with this 105.5 mph throw. The fastest in baseball history...



The previous high registered by StatcastTM was 103.1, by the Astros' Carlos Gomez last September. The previous high on a throw from Hicks -- who reached the upper 90s as a standout pitcher in high school -- was 103.07 on Sept. 30.
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LSUAshlyn98 months
The best measured arm in the history of the MLB and it's in left field? Hmmmm, for some reason I was always told the weakest of the outfield arms played left. Kudos for having an absolute cannon.
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Placebeaux98 months
I see your 105.5mph and raise you a 46mph. LINK
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tigerpawl98 months
Almost as good as Roberto Clemente... almost.... LINK
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crazyLSUfan98 months
Wish they wouldve mph tested Mondesi in his heyday.
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ellunchboxo98 months
bullshite. Bo Jackson would've beat it.
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djangochained98 months
Simple math
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EazyBreesy98 months
No way they have recorded every throw in every game
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mikeboss55098 months
That was a laserbeam.
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JBearden98 months
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Montezuma98 months
I know it is spelled different, but that was great incidental placement
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mkibod198 months
Thats a friggin rope. Well done.
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