This is a myth that lefthanders don't play catcher, they do! It's just not very common.
The "B" stands for bats, whether the player hits from the right side or left side or is a switch hitter (S) The "T" stands for throws, whether the player throws righthanded or lefthanded.
Not sure that this is true, it may just seem that way because there are more right handed pitchers than lefties. There has surely been a lot of hard throwing lefthanders; Herb Score, Sandy Koufax and Steve Carlton are three oldtimers than come quickly to mind. There is also an old baseball adage that a lefthander cannot throw a straight ball, but I don't think there is any physical evidence to prove that. There is no physiological basis to the statement that right handers throw harder than left handers.
You can generally play any sport left handed. Though, in tennis and baseball, one might have a slight advantage over the opponent.
The Phillies once had a lefty shortstop named Bill Hulen, so it has happened. It almost never happens though. It is very rare but there have been lefthanders who have played shortstop, second base, and third base. Check out the link below for more information. http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m0FCI/is_9_59/ai_64150828/pg_5
Not much, I've seen a 12-13 year old throw 65-70, and alot of 14 year olds can probably throw 60, but if you throw like every day or other day, and get on a high school, then college team, you will have a better chance.
The most recent players that I know of are Jim Abbott, a lefthanded pitcher with the Angels and Yankeeswho was born without a right hand, and Curtis Pride, a utility player for several teams who is deaf. A couple of old timers that I know of are Luther Taylor, a pitcher for the New York Giants in the early 1900s and William Hoy, an outfielder for several teams in the late 19th century and early 20th century. Both Hoy and Taylor were deaf.
die Baseball= baseball Baseball spielen= to play baseball
baseballs are played in baseball games, usually on a baseball diamond
Why would a baseball be hitting another baseball?