Johnny Podres fires his fastball a cathode-ray oscillograph

UNITED STATES - SEPTEMBER 20: Johnny Podres fires his fastball a cathode-ray oscillograph to determine the speed at which the ball is traveling when it crosses the plate. Johnny's went 88.5, while Joe Black's registered 93.2 Bob Milliken's was caught at 83.5 - but you couldn't prove it by the way the Phils caught up with it. (Photo by Charles Hoff/NY Daily News Archive via Getty Images)
UNITED STATES - SEPTEMBER 20: Johnny Podres fires his fastball a cathode-ray oscillograph to determine the speed at which the ball is traveling when it crosses the plate. Johnny's went 88.5, while Joe Black's registered 93.2 Bob Milliken's was caught at 83.5 - but you couldn't prove it by the way the Phils caught up with it. (Photo by Charles Hoff/NY Daily News Archive via Getty Images)
Johnny Podres fires his fastball a cathode-ray oscillograph
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