Switch Pitcher?

This post isn’t card related, but assuming you are a baseball fan, you have to see this.  Have you ever seen a switch pitcher?  Well, you’re about to.  The Staten Island Yankees, the NY-Penn League A Affiliate of the New York Yankees, currently have a switch pitcher.  He has a glove which can be used on either hand, and he can throw well with either arm.  A pretty funny scenario came about recently when the switch pitcher met his match at the plate.  Take a look at the first few minutes of the attached clip. 

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1 comment for “Switch Pitcher?

  1. July 2, 2008 at 8:19 am

    One of the Greg Harris’s that played in the late ’80’s early ’90’s could pitch with either hand too, and had a glove for it. His managers never let him do it in a game, though, that I remember.

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