yes there was a switch pitcher and his name was pat venditte on the new york
yankees and you could switch the way your batting even if your not a switch hitter cause many people say it would not be fair that the pitcher can switch hands and most of the batters aren't switch hitters so they can only switch sides three times and then they had to stay where they are even if they're aren't a switch hitter
No. He has always been right handed.
No, never - he has only broken the switch-hitting code once, batting right-handed against Tim Wakefield for one at bat in 2000. He walked.
no yet but there is one in college 2008
No. Derek Jeter has always batted right handed.
ever heard the saying practice makes perfect? well, it applies here.
Brian McCann has always hit left-handed in the major leagues.
There have been a few left-handed throwing catchers; the most prolific of them would be Jack Clements, with over 1,000 games caught.
Yes, dog killer!
In Major league baseball, there has never been a pitcher who recorded 5 strikeouts in an inning as of August 13th 2012.
Not only has it been done in MLB, but (on occasion), a pitcher has WON both games -- and once the pitcher had a shutout IN BOTH GAMES.
Yes there has been. And like, 100! I mean, does it really matter? But yes, I bet that 1 out of every 5 movies has at least 1 left handed character in it.
Wade Boggs batted lefty but threw righty
The best ever left handed batsman in England is Sturss (Captain)
No, he swings a golf club right handed and writes right handed
Yes. Record held by many.
Every body knows CY YOUNG was the best pitcher to ever hit the mound!!!
No because if the pitcher pitched a perfect game and his team did not get runs that would be unfair to the pitcher and a game is supposed be 9 innings
Yes, Brandon Morrow of the Seattle Mariners in June 09.
Yes, usually this is done when a new pitcher comes in during the same at-bat and throws with the opposite arm.
I don't think he cares if you are left or right handed.
no which hand you write with has no effct what so ever on your health
Satchel Paige was the fastest pitcher ever witnessed