- n. baseball A two-seam fastball.
“Though he appeared to struggle with his fastball earlier in the series, the velocity of his two-seamer increased inning by inning, eventually topping out on radar guns at 94 mph.”
“In a sign that Strasburg may be favoring his four-seam fastball over his two-seamer, opponents are hitting the ball in the air more than on the ground against him.”
“I've made some improvement, feel much more consistent with all my pitches and today I did it again, I was able to throw my two-seamer and when guys put the ball in play we made plays.”
“The strikeouts came, in order, on a curve (looking), a 98-mph four-seamer (swinging) and a 96-mph two-seamer (swinging).”
“Storen fired a two-seamer low and inside, and it darted off the plate as Holliday swung over it for strike three.”
“' It was a two-seamer that ran down and away and I just went with it and was able to get good wood on it, '' Howard said.”
“His two-seamer sinks and breaks away from lefties.”
“His two-seamer has nice late movement and he sells the changeup well.”
“All suited up (albeit in worsted, not pinstripes) the Gipper showed good form humming a two-seamer”
“LeBlanc has the most upside in Portland but right now his problem is trying to throw a change that looks like his two-seamer, which he is having difficulty controlling.”
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