The hardest-throwing pitchers in MLB

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Jhoan Duran, RP, Twins: Dominating as a reliever for the Twins, Duran boasts an impressive 2.81 ERA with a fastball averaging over 100 mph, making him a formidable presence on the mound.

Emmanuel Clase, RP, Guardians: Clase has emerged as an elite closer for the Guardians, showcasing a blazing 99.7 mph sinker and recording 10 saves with a stellar 1.93 ERA.

Andres Munoz, RP, Mariners: Returning from Tommy John surgery, Munoz has faced challenges but still possesses great stuff with a fastball averaging 99.7 mph, indicating potential for improvement.

Ryan Helsley, RP, Cardinals: With added velocity this season averaging 99.0 mph, Helsley is excelling as a part-time closer for the Cardinals, boasting an elite 0.39 ERA and demonstrating his effectiveness on the mound.

Brusdar Graterol, RP, Dodgers: Despite struggling to miss bats, Graterol maintains an impressive average fastball velocity of 99.8 mph, contributing to his role as a reliever for the Dodgers.

Jordan Hicks, SP, Cardinals: Despite transitioning from a closer to a starting pitcher role, Hicks maintains impressive fastball velocity at 98.8 mph, though he has faced challenges with a 5.02 ERA before landing on the injured list.

Jose Alvarado, RP, Phillies: While struggling with control issues resulting in a 7.62 ERA, Alvarado still showcases elite velocity, averaging 98.8 mph on his fastball, indicating potential for improvement with refined command.