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A pitch released from between the widely spread index finger and middle finger.
- ‘He was in command the entire way, keeping his fastballs, sliders and forkballs down.’
- ‘I remember not being able to throw any forkballs because my hands were so cold.’
- ‘Now we see him coming in for a strike with either the forkball or a fastball, maybe a curve.’
- ‘He has a mid-90s fastball, sinker and slider, but his best pitch could be his forkball, which is tough on left- and righthanded hitters.’
- ‘His main pitch was a nasty forkball, and I remember hitting a groundout to second base.’
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