None that I've every seen or heard of.
A straight ball cannot hit the pocket at an angle sufficient to consistently carry a strike. The USonce determined that the optimal angle to hit the pocket is 4.5o. A straight ball hits the pocket at about 1.40.
The best straight-ball bowler I've every met never had an average over 190. He didn't get a lot of strikes, but he never missed his spares.
Throw it straight up.
May life throw you a pleasant curve definition?
This is not true, you can throw a disc straight and let it fly. You just need arm and spin in the wrist.
Throw it into the wind, or throw it straight up.
Becouse when people through the balls they might not throw it correctly or the wind might make them curve
It depends which way he is throwing the ball. If he is twisting his wrist he could hurt his elbow and end up seriously injured. Only adults should twist their wrist when throwing a curve ball. There is a way to throw a curve ball without hurting your arm though. What you do is you get your grip on the baseball and throw the ball like a football. I throw my curves this way and they are pretty nasty.
We all know the force that holds our very feet firmly on the ground. Gravity. You can throw an egg as hard as you can into the sky straight up and have gravity pull it back to you without breaking it, as long as you catch it properly.