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BADSDAD
06-24-2004 @ 6:21 PM                          
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danoftroy... http://www.webball.com/scout/norms.html when my son was 14-75mph, 15-78,16-83, 17-88. right now he,s 6' 160 , hoping to put some weight on soon!

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06-24-2004 @ 6:27 PM                          
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fastballkid... robert stock was throwing 64 as an 11 year old and now at 14 has hit 92, he's almsot 15!

Thrill32
06-27-2004 @ 4:38 PM                          
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Id like to see these clocks because Im not sure if its anyone else here.  Im 16 and find these "speeds" unrealistic.  So far ive seen kids saying there 14 and pitching 80 mph.  People who are 16 6'4 throwing 90.  I dont mean to be rude in anyway but yall are some pretty **** big 12-16 yr olds.  Ive seen 16 yr olds and none that are 6'4 playin baseball.  I think some of the more experienced people on the site would agree that you all are exagerating. But if you are 16 yr. old and throwing 90 more power to you.  But before I end this post Id like to add just recently I played a Senior American legion team 19U and I am on a team thats a 17U Juior legion team.  Kids were pitching 89 and it was there ace pitcher they creamed us 12-0. But you have to remember this is supposably the #1 legion team in NY and they draft from everywhere in upstate.  So basically what Im trying to say is because your pitch may look fast compared to the others on the team I highly doubt that your throwing high 80s your probally throwing high 70's.  Im not sure if anyone here has heard of him but his names Paul Nardozi and he was clocked at 93 and is currently playing college ball.  And let me tell you this dude pitches FAST.

ryanm
06-27-2004 @ 9:06 PM                          
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hey, i totally agree with Thrill32.. im 13 and most people my age cant even throw 70 miles an hour.. im one of the best players in my league and the fastest i have ever been clocked at was 76.. and im 5'11 155 pounds.. i also play football which makes me stronger.. most of the stuff you guys are saying is bull.. *yawn*

Thrill32
06-27-2004 @ 10:04 PM                          
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Yea Its easy for people to say anything on a public forum where no one really knows eachother.  I could say I'm going to college to play for the long horns and most likely im going to be there ace pitcher and you have pretty much have to believe me I could say im anybody than make up some fake proof.  You really dont have any choice but to believe these people who say there the bomb and there throwing 90 at age 16 to me its physically impossible. And two why arent you in the pros.  Lots of MLB pitchers struggle to throw 90's.  FYI get your info str8 youngins.

ryanm
06-28-2004 @ 8:53 PM                          
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more info   fastballkid... robert stock was throwing 64 as an 11 year old and now at 14 has hit 92, he's almsot 15!

Ok guys.. I'm sorry.. But this is complete bull. I dont care how good this kid is.. And i dont care where he is from, or what his stats are. He DID NOT throw 92 mph at 14 or 15 years old. Don't try to convince me. It didnt happen. And as thrill32 so eloquently put it, "FYI get your info str8 youngins."



ryanm
06-29-2004 @ 8:40 PM                          
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what about only 14 years old.. which is what this guy said.. and hitting 92?? i dont think so.

ryanm

fastballkid
06-30-2004 @ 12:20 PM                          
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so guys u didnt really answer my question.  is 57-60 mph good for an 11 year old. also do i have a chance to take my game higher?  im 5'1 95 pounds

Thrill32
06-30-2004 @ 10:46 PM                          
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Yo dasamms I Have seen 15 yr olds pitching 80's and your right no one goes from 14-Low 70s and then 15- High 80's.  That dramiatic of a change is sure to injury that kids arm for sure.  And as for the 15 yr old pitching 92 aka Robert Stock **** hate to be his arm the next day.  For 1 just throwing that hard with such a small bone structure would make him feel like hes in a car wreck after every game.  Not to be rude to any of you dads out there who think your seeing kids throwing 80's at age 12 or 13 your mistaken.  Its just seeming this way because all the other kids are throwing low 60's and high 50's.  If you ever have seen a Varsity High school game.  You will see some pitcher from a bum school still throwing 70's and then when this big gun comes up to the plate hes throwing high 80's youll actually get a good sense of SPEED.

bobman
07-05-2004 @ 12:49 PM                          
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I saw robert stock play at the norcal areacode tryouts.There was 100+ scouts there including me who saw him hit 92 multiple times.The scouts were using stalker guns.THis guy is real.He also made the junoir olympic team.

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