The word "speed" would relate to "Aroldis Chapman" in a word association game – and now not only for his fastball.

The 24-year-old Cuban native – with the fastest recorded pitch in Major League history at 105 mph – was arrested early Monday morning outside of Columbus for driving 93 mph on Interstate 71.

It's at least the fourth time he's been caught speeding since he was issued a Kentucky driver's license two years ago.

His first ticket was issued in August 2010 in Spencer County, Ky. Then he got another in May 2011 in Gallatin County, Ky., according to his record, provided by the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet.