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 News1 College Football Playoff rankings: Cincinnati No. 4 again with a week...2Ohio State topples No. 1 Duke 3Hartman: Buckeyes’ failure to reach 2021 goals starts at the top4Bengals defense gets its swagger back5 Alumni proud of Springfield’s run to state championship game, hope for...About the AuthorDavid JablonskiDavid Jablonski covers the Dayton Flyers and other sports for the Dayton Daily News, Springfield News-Sun and Journal News.