Chaz Roe’s Slider + The Nastiest Pitching GIFs From Monday’s Games

Every morning we review the nastiest pitches from the previous day’s games in glorious HD GIFs. Don’t forget to vote for your favorite pitch and check back this weekend to see if it will be in contention for the GIF of the Second Half Contest. Did we miss your favorite pitch? Send us a tweet next time @ThePitcherList and we’ll GIF it up + give you a shoutout here in the article.

Chaz Roe’s Slider – The legend of Chaz Roe’s Slider continues two years after winning the GIF tournament with the same pitch. Here we have another pitch that was taken for a ball, but let’s marvel as it travelled from one edge of the plate to the other in super slow motion. Incredible.

Miguel Castro’s Fastball – A great complement to Roe’s pitch would be this Castro Fastball, which darted in the opposite direction, landing right on the outside corner at a blistering 97mph. All Kendrys Morales could do was hope it would be called a ball.

Zack Greinke’s Curveball – Greinke’s stuff is routinely GIF worthy, though we adore watching his slow 74mph Curveball work its magic as it goes from nose to toes, punching out DJ LaMehieu Monday night.

Carlos Carrasco’s Changeup – Carrasco has been lights out in six of his last seven starts and set the tone early against the Tigers. Check out the excellent tumbling action he got on this 3-2 Changeup that sent Alex Presley back to the dugout.

Alex Claudio’s Slider – Claudio has been getting a good amount of save chances for the Rangers and put the game in the books with this deadly Slider to Jean Segura. Talk about a demoralizing way to lose a game.

David Robertson’s Curveball – It’s a treat for Yankee fans to see Robertson in pinstripes once again, especially when he’s Curveball is on point. Lucas Duda couldn’t handle the pitch in the fifth inning last night as it fell into his blind spot for the final out of the frame.

GIF Of The Night

Which was your favorite pitch? Vote below and the winner will be featured in the GIF of the Second Half Contest.

Nick Pollack

Founder of Rotographs and Washington Post contributor and has worked with CBS Sports, Grantland, and SB Nation. Former pitching coach and Brandeis alum.

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