Major League Baseball’s data proves what every Cincinnati Reds fan has long suspected: center fielder Billy Hamilton is the fastest baserunner in the game.According to the latest numbers provided by MLB Statcast, Hamilton hit a top speed of 30.1 feet per second on the basepaths this season. Minnesota Twins center fielder Byron Buxton ranked second with a speed of 29.9.RELATED: Arroyo confirms career is probably overStatcast introduced the sprint speed metric in April. It answers the question: "How many feet per second did a player run in his fastest one-second window?"RELATED: Cozart still has sizable lead in All-Star votingJose Peraza (28.3) is the second-fastest Red. Scott Schebler ranked third among Reds (28.2).Hi. Want to see the foot speed of every baserunner? Thanks to hard work of @tangotiger & @darenw, now you can--> https://t.co/oTT5kUTrti— Mike Petriello (@mike_petriello) June 27, 2017 In Other News1Bengals’ defense banged up heading into matchup vs. top-seeded Titans2NFL Playoffs: Bengals to face Titans on Saturday3Two Springfield grads find new homes in college football4Bengals savor playoff victory5Retirement awaits Roethlisberger after 42-21 loss in KCAbout the AuthorDavid JablonskiDavid Jablonski covers the Dayton Flyers and other sports for the Dayton Daily News, Springfield News-Sun and Journal News.