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Video of OC Coyotes player throwing blazing pitch attracts online attention

A video of a Okanagan College Coyote pitcher is gaining Twitter traction after the player managed to throw a 94 mile-per-hour fastball during a pitching practice in early January.

The video of 23 year-old Trevor Brigden launching a fastball down the lane at 94 mph –– approximately 151 km/h –– was taken on Jan. 13 and has garnered over 36,000 views on Twitter.

“Trevor Brigden topping 94mph, sitting 91 [mph] consistently,” Jared Johnson, OC Coyotes assistant baseball coach, captioned the Twitter post.

“Lots of guys getting PR’s and some not getting what they want. All comes down to how hard you work over the off season,” added Johnson, who was curious to see improvements in the coming weeks.

Brigden’s pitch was shared amongst videos of other OC pitchers, Wyatt Hummel and Nick Lee.

C.J. Wilson, a former pitcher for multiple several Major League Baseball teams, also commented on the video of Brigden, noting the pitcher’s notable hairstyle.

“Who cares about mechanics when you have big league hair,” Wilson wrote.

Live on Live update: . • Sr. RHP Trevor Brigden (@trevor_brigden) sits 91-93mph consistently, being supplemented by an 86mph Change Up, and an 80 mph Breaking Ball. • Jr. RHP Wyatt Hummel (@wyatt_hummel) sitting 87-89mph consistently, with a 76mph Curve Ball, and an 82mph Change Up. • So. RHP Chris Wyslobocki (@chriswyslobocki23) sits 83-86 with a 76 mph Change Up and a 67mph Curveball. . . • All three pitchers will be relied upon again in the Coyotes hunt to repeat as CCBC champions in 2019 🐕 🔼. . . . .#kelowna #kelownanow #kelownasports #okanagansports #okanagan #baseball #pitchers #fastball #canadabaseball #ccbc #canadiancollegebaseball #righties #pitchersnation #mlb #draft

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The Coyotes will make their next appearance on the diamond on Feb. 15 against the College of Southern Idaho for the start of the 2019 regular season.

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