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Halladay's velocity has been down a bit this April, the Philadelphia Inquirer reports. He was...

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Halladay's velocity has been down a bit this April, the Philadelphia Inquirer reports. He was throwing his cutter, a pitch he uses about 50 percent of the time, at 91.3 mph last April, but is averaging 89.5 mph this season. Halladay is not alone with a lower reading on the radar gun. Many of the top pitchers in game have experienced decreased velocity this season according to Major League Baseball's Pitch F/X data, which is synchronized at every ballpark. It raises some questions about the accuracy of the system. Regardless, Halladay has been excellent thus far and there is no indication he is suffering from any sort of arm problems.

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