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Thread: Switch Hitter vs Switch Pitcher

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    Switch Hitter vs Switch Pitcher

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    Wow. That was 2008. A few days later, they changed the rule book so he couldn't do that anymore...

    Still, imagine being able to strike out Pro players with either arm!

    Thanks,

    Bill
    Last edited by Bill Lantry; 06-16-2011 at 08:55 PM.

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    I hadn't heard about that guy. Pretty amazing. I think it's great that he struck the guy out after all the drama.
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    That was really cool !!
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    Got to tell you all a little story. When Jarrod was playing ball in the little league, he was pitching Right and batting Right. Then one my oldest son Jon saw him pitch and told him ; Jarrod your a lefty your not supposed to throw right or bat right. So Jarrod switches up and starts throwing Left and batting left. I thinking this is cool he can do both equally well. But then he found the sport of Soccer and quit BB.
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