Most intimidating pitchers
“I started messing with my shoelaces,” said Hunt 51 years later, speaking in short, hard-edged bursts from his farm in Wentzville, Missouri.
A-Chap: (I was) very happy for having made it to the National Series, mainly because I was so young and I had been little time pitching.However, in a quieter environment, either in the clubhouse or after stretching prior to the game, Chapman feels relaxed to see someone from Holguín in the Yankees dugout. Aroldis Chapman: (Chuckles) You started with a good one!(Chuckles) Now, seriously, of all the coaches I had, Castillo was among the ones who helped me the most as a pitcher, mainly when I started pitching, because my shape was not the best for a pitcher.His fastball, maybe the fastest ever, has kept his place in history firmly alive.
And what would his career numbers look like if he hadn't missed nearly four full seasons while serving in World War II?New York Yankees pitcher Aroldis Chapman, born in Holguín, Cuba, is perhaps one of the best-known people among his countrymen in Major League Baseball.