Randy Wolf dials it back for 49 mile-per-hour pitch

By Matt Snyder | Baseball Writer

Brewers starting pitcher Randy Wolf is pretty well known for his slow curve ball, but this is slower than almost anything we've ever seen. Wednesday, with Reds second baseman Brandon Phillips at the plate, Wolf broke 50 miles per hour -- the underside.

Check it out, especially Phillips' awesome (non-)reaction:

Hat-tip: Big League Stew

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