By Eric D.Graham
Updated: September 12, 2011

NORTH CAROLINA, (BASN)—1. Cincinnati Reds relief pitcher Aroldis Chapman threw the fastest pitch at 105 miles per hour last year.

2. The Atlanta Braves suffered its 10,000 lost on July 31. Only the Philadelphia Phillies have lost more games.

3. 42,000 tickets were purchased for the National September 11th Memorial and Museum on the day they went on sale.

4. Former NY Giant Michael Straham played 15 seasons in NFL, where he had 147.5 sacks and caused 24 forced fumbles

5. According to US Census data, 1 in 4 households with children are headed by a single parent.

6. Green Bay Packers CB Charles Woodson has played 14th season in the NFL.

7. Indianapolis Colts QB Peyton Manning has played 227 consecutive games straight include the playoffs since 1998

8. 2,500 post offices may close starting in December.

9. Atlanta Hawks WR Roddy White had 115 receptions last season

10. Ohio University was named the No.1 party school in the United States by the Princeton Review.