Whitey threw lefty and batted lefty.
Babe Ruth batted and threw left-handed.
Hank Aaron batted and threw right-handed.
Wade Boggs batted lefty but threw righty
Lou Gehrig threw left handed, and Batted from the Left side of the plate.
In the 2011 MLB season, OF Cody Ross of the Giants and OF Ryan Ludwick of the Pirates threw lefty and batted righty.
No, Henderson threw left handed but batted right handed.
Yes, Berra batted left-handed and threw right-handed.
Escargot. Gomez was absolutely in love with it. Threw a party and had it as the main course one day.
Early in his career, he threw fastballs in the upper 90s. He was definitely the hardest throwing lefty in the game in the 70s.
Ruth batted and threw lefty throughout his career. He was an excellent left-handed starting pitcher during his early career with the Boston Red Sox before becoming the game's leading slugger with the New York Yankees.
This could be a vague reference to Charles Grimm, known as "Jolly Cholly," who played for the Cubs from 1925-1936. Grimm was a southpaw who batted and threw left handed. A game bat came up for auction recently (2009) that comes from the time Grimm played for the Cubs, attributed to "Charles Lefty Grimm," that appears to have sold for $500.