Originally Posted by RFS62
He was just on ESPN's broadcast of the Tigers - Indians game, and he was asked how fast he threw back in the day.
He said 102 with regularity, and up to 107 at times, but he couldn't keep up the 107 for an entire game.
He was a great pitcher, no doubt. But what a cranky old nut job he's become in his old age.
He's cranky indeed. And definitely a loose cannon.
I guess we'll have to take his word for it since there wasn't the technology available then to accurately
gauge how hard a pitcher threw then.
But I strongly doubt the old fart's contention.