Why You'll Never See A 110 MPH Fastball

The number of pitchers who can break the 100 MPH has gone up dramatically in the last decade, with one who can throw 105. But breaking 110 MPH is nearly impossible, due to the physical limitations of human bones, muscles, and ligaments. Unlike other sports where the performance bar is constantly being raised, pitching has most likely plateaued. WIRED talks with some baseball experts to find out why throwing a 110 MPH fastball won't be happening any time soon.

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