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May 20, 1999 
FILE PHOTO 20MAY99 - Arizona Diamondbacks pitching ace Randy Johnson delivers a pitch in the first inning... 
Washington, USA 
DIAMONDBACKS PITCHER JOHNSON PITCHES IN FILE PHOTO. 
FILE PHOTO 20MAY99 - Arizona Diamondbacks pitching ace Randy Johnson delivers a pitch in the first inning against the Colorado Rockies in Denver in this May 20, 1999 file photo. Batters from the Little League to the majors got some bad news on February 18 - that fastball that got by them did not jump over the bat. Some of the best minds in U.S science have studied the problem and they have concluded that a fastball works because it creates an optical illusion, and shaves precious milliseconds off the time that a batter has to react.

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