If you want to find anything about how any pitch crossed the plate the best site to use is Brooks Baseball.net
I met Dan Brooks in 2009, and his site is something that each team should probably pay for, but Dan offers his data free for all to use.
BrooksBaseball gives all fans a number to use, that you will not find anywhere else That is the speed that each pitch crosses the plate.
By using Brook’s Baseball tabular data, you can look up any pitcher and any game since 2007.
This data sheet available will tell you the speed of every pitch when it left the pitcher’s hand, and also the speed when the ball crossed the plate.
Sometimes a fastball will lose 10 mph, and other times it might only by seven. Does it mean if you are only losing seven, that you are getting late life on your fastball?
How many pitches end up over 90 mph? That number is probably reached by only a few.
At Brook’s I selected at random, a game pitched by Justin Verlander May 29, 2011 vs Boston.
Verlander threw 131 ...