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The least paid relief pitcher in Major League Baseball in 2011 was 414,000 dollars. The highest paid relief pitcher that same year was paid 15 million dollars.
A starting pitcher who is removed cannot re-enter in either league, if he is removed from the game. It's rarely if ever done in Major League baseball, but if a pitcher is removed as a pitcher but placed in another position he can later return to the pitcher position.
0. The pitcher could give up any amount of runs while getting no outs in the 1st inning. i.e. if the pitcher fave up 100 runs in the 1st inning while getting no outs and was lifted I would think he would get the loss.
The manager keeps a pitch count as an indicator of the pitcher's probable level of fatigue. The pitchers don't exert as much energy when the pitcher is throwing in the bullpen or warming up as he does during the game. Managers do consider how many times a relief pitcher is asked to warm up, not only that day, but in the few days before, when they decide who to bring in from the bull-pen. Also if the start of a game is delayed after the starting pitcher has warmed up,and so would have to warm again before the game starts, a good manager takes that fact into consideration.
There may be a pitcher somewhere in baseball that can pitch ambidextrous, but there's not much of a call for it in the game. A pitcher may pitch either left or right handed to any batter, but they must use the same hand for that at-bat. The reason it is so rare is because of the many years that it takes for a person to perfect their pitches with just one hand. It's obvious that a pitcher will be much better pitching with one hand than they will be with the other. They also won't be able to throw as hard. A manager needs his pitcher to be able to locate his pitches effectively. It's more than likely too risky for a pitcher to change hands while one arm is warm and the other is cold.
The difference between high relief and low relief is that high relief has more depth and low relief is more casual and not as 3D. In high relief, it's much closer to 3D.
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There is no limit to how much milk can be in a pitcher. There are different size pitchers available to the public.
A pitcher is not a standard size so the answer depends on the pitcher.
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