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Who has the fastest pitch in Major League Baseball history?

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The fastest pitch ever to be recorded was thrown before radarguns were invented but was measured in recent years and was said to have been thrown at 116 mph by Satchel Paige. (this pitch of course was thrown after the Negro leagues were terminated and he entered the MLB for the Baltimore Orioles)

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