CINCINNATI -- Hard-throwing Reds reliever Aroldis Chapman has set a major league record for the fastest to reach 500 career strikeouts.
Chapman, who routinely throws over 100 mph, reached the mark when he fanned pinch hitter Giovanny Urshela to end the 10th inning Sunday in Cincinnati's 5-3 loss to Cleveland.
The All-Star lefty needed just 292 innings to reach 500 strikeouts. The previous mark was set by San Diego's Craig Kimbrel, who got to 500 in his 305th inning on May 25.
Chapman went into Sunday's game with 495 strikeouts in 290 innings since joining the Reds in 2010.