Sure, he became the first pitcher in the history of baseball to blow three saves in the World Series, but you can’t deny that Jeurys Familia has a filthy array of pitches. The nastiest of the bunch may be his Splitter, which simply died right in front of Bryce Harper, proving that no one could have hit it. Aaron Sanchez is looking to pull off the upset with a hard Fastball inside to Coco Crisp that featured sharp late action to nip the inside corner for strike three. Is it good enough to take down the Mets’ closer?
Jeurys Familia’s Splitter vs. Aaron Sanchez’s Fastball
Which was the better pitch? Vote to decide which pitch advances to the next round!