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The scoreboard displays a speed, upper right, on pitch by Arizona Diamondbacks' Randall Delgado to Cleveland Indians' Austin Jackson during the ninth inning of a baseball game Friday, April 7, 2017, in Phoenix. From watching broadcasts and scoreboards, fans are seeing velocities ramp up around the majors this year. Check the leaderboards at analytics website Fangraphs, and you’ll see that last April, pitchers averaged 92.2 mph on four-seam fastballs. Through Thursday’s games this season, they’re up to 93.1 mph, an unprecedented jump. Did some 300 pitchers all find ways to boost their speed in the offseason? Not quite. More likely, the perceived speed spike is coming from a change in how pitches are being recorded and reported. (AP Photo/Rick Scuteri)

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The scoreboard displays a speed, upper right, on pitch by Arizona Diamondbacks' Randall Delgado to Cleveland Indians' Austin Jackson during the ninth inning of a baseball game Friday, April 7, 2017, in Phoenix. From watching broadcasts and scoreboards, fans are seeing velocities ramp up around the majors this year. Check the leaderboards at analytics website Fangraphs, and you’ll see that last April, pitchers averaged 92.2 mph on four-seam fastballs. Through Thursday’s games this season, they’re up to 93.1 mph, an unprecedented jump. Did some 300 pitchers all find ways to boost their speed in the offseason? Not quite. More likely, the perceived speed spike is coming from a change in how pitches are being recorded and reported. (AP Photo/Rick Scuteri)

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