# How many pitches should a 10 year old throw in a week?

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## How far should a 10 year old throw a baseball?

3. Pitching distance shall be 44 feet for 9 year olds; 46 feet for 10 year olds. 4. No balks will be called, however, coaches are encouraged to teach proper mechanics.

## What pitches should a 10 year old throw?

While Little League has a mandated pitch counts (50 pitches for 7 and 8-year-olds; 75 pitches for 9 and 10-year-olds; 85 for 11 and 12-year olds) Kremchek, however, thinks parents should keep count themselves because coaches often don’t enforce them.

## How hard should a 10 year old be throwing?

The average fastball velocity for pitchers 10 years old and younger is between 40-50 mph. The average change up speed for this age group is about 10 mph slower, putting the velocity between 30-40 mph. Pitchers in this age group are playing in the Majors division in Little League.

## How fast does a 10 year old pitch?

Pitching velocity by age in the U.S.

Age Average Velocity¹ Your Goal²
9 44 MPH 45 MPH
10 47 MPH 50 MPH
11 52 MPH 55 MPH
12 55 MPH 60 MPH
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## How often can pitchers pitch?

Starting pitchers may pitch up to around 120 times in a game. After a game, they do everything they can to heal the damage done during the game.

## What’s the average throwing distance?

Assuming the first of the two the average human can throw a ball approximately 15 metres (49.213 feet) in the air. In the latter the average person could throw a ball around 60 mp/h (37.3km/h).

## How far can an average 11 year old hit a baseball?

At 50 feet for 7-8-year olds, 60 feet for 9-10-year olds, and 60′ or 70′ for 11-12-year-olds depending on the league, this is a much shorter distance than the 90 foot distance that is standard for high school and up.

## Is a cut fastball safe to throw?

A cut fastball *may be harder to hit today, but will hurt a pitcher’s ability to command the zone while reducing velocity on the pitch.

## What pitches should a lefty throw?

The best southpaws (top 30 percent) throw their four-seam fastballs and sinkers at about the same velocity as the average or median right-handed pitcher (actually a tick slower). The gap is a bit larger on changeups and curveballs, with the best lefties’ velocity lower than the average righties’.

## What pitches should kids not throw?

Conclusion. The four-seam fastball, two-seam fastball, and change-up are all the pitches a 12-year-old will need to throw. At this critical stage in their development, throwing pitches that create torsion on the wrist and elbow can ruin their game prospects.

## How fast is a fastball?

Today, it’s quite common for major league pitchers routinely to throw fastballs in the 95+ mph range. Because of issues with technology and accurately measuring the speed of pitches, figuring out who has thrown the fastest fastball ever is an issue that many baseball enthusiasts debate fiercely.

## What is the fastest pitch thrown by a 12 year old?

Cuba’s Prieto records fastest pitch at U-12 Baseball World Cup. Cuban 12-year-old right-handed pitcher Alejandro Prieto recorded the fastest pitch of the WBSC U-12 Baseball World Cup 2019, at 123 km/h (76.4 mph) in his win against Mexico today in the Super Round.

## What is the average pitching speed for a 10 year old girl?

Average softball pitching speed by age

Age Average Pitching Speeds High-end Averages
10 35 – 39 MPH 40 – 43 MPH
11 38 – 42 MPH 43 – 46 MPH
12 41 – 48 MPH 49 – 53 MPH
13 45 – 53 MPH 54 – 56 MPH