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It was the first pitch thrown by Ryan Madson in the top of the 7th inning to Andrew McCutchen which lined it to Bryce Harper for a distance traveled of 236 feet at a speed of 80.27MPH.
Using the same ball, on the very next pitch, Evan Longoria scorched it on the ground to Juan Soto. It left the bat at 103.7MPH and traveled a distance of 215 feet before being retrieved by Juan Soto. It was hit with an angle of only 1.43 degrees.
Upon retrieval of the ball, Ryan Masson threw it to catcher Nick Huntley and it was a ball. At that point Madson must have said "this is all your fault" to the 108 stitched piece of equipment and asked the umpire for a new ball.