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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevin Seitzer View Post
    Bob Feller's fastball was variously measured at 104 mph, 107.9 mph, and 98.6 mph. You tell me whether that gives you confidence in the measurement methods.
    None, but it's fun to see them try to measure it:


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    Quote Originally Posted by TS Garp View Post
    None, but it's fun to see them try to measure it:

    Gee whiz..that's just nifty!!
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    um, IF the Twitterverse at this moment is correct, this is a ..... very bad day for Bob Kraft. will monitor

    guh, video of Kraft enjoying the Super Bowl happy ending is one thing.

    but for the love of God and all that is holy, don't make me watch the video that got him arrested today

    wow, this keeps getting worse. supposedly this is a Chinese sex slave ring
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevin Seitzer View Post
    Bob Feller's fastball was variously measured at 104 mph, 107.9 mph, and 98.6 mph. You tell me whether that gives you confidence in the measurement methods.
    That takes up a lot of space.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TS Garp View Post
    None, but it's fun to see them try to measure it:

    Love this. Thanks for posting it!

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