It is not "natural" for a lefty to play second base, third base, or short stop. This is because of the footwork needed to make a play to first and second bases and the need for a lefty to turn his body around to make a throw. This would put a double-play combination at a severe disadvantage. In the infield that leaves first base. It is not uncommon to see lefties pitching or playing outfield.
Yes, he is lefthanded.
He is most likely to be lefthanded.
He is a first Basemen.
pitcher, catcher, first basemen, second basemen, short stop, third basemen, left fielder, center fielder, right fielder
he or she is safe the ball must be in the glove
lefthanded--He was actually expected not to be anything.
He is the first basemen for the St. Louis Cardinals.
rickey Jordan i think