Asked by: Edelgard Bhoola
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How fast should a 14 year old pitch?

Last Updated: 11th January, 2020

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65 mph

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Also to know is, how fast should you pitch by age?

Pitching velocity by age in the U.S.

Age Average Velocity¹ My Velocity
16 76 MPH 78 MPH
17 80 MPH 84 MPH
18 83 MPH 86-89 MPH
19 85 MPH 88-90 MPH

Also Know, how fast should a 13 year old pitch? 13 and 14 Year Olds A typical fastball from this age group is anywherefrom55 mph (on the low side) to 75 mph. A pitcher throwing 75 mphiswell above average for this age, and their fastball is at ahighschool caliber. An average changeup for this age issomewherearound the 50-60 mph mark.

Considering this, how fast should a 16 year old pitch?

The range of pitching speed for a 16yearold is 69 - 80 mph.

What is the average pitch speed in MLB?

90.9 mph

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