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About 5-6 years ago I was asked to just call pitches for a college evaluation "game".  7-8 college scouts in the stands, all with clip boards and guns.  Most pitchers throwing low to mid 90's.   They

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Ever had an ambidextrous pitcher?  
A pitcher, in little league, does not have the same opportunity to "switch".

The pitcher must use the same hand to deliver the ball to each batter and can only switch between batters.

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4 hours ago, beerguy55 said:

MLB changed the rule a few years ago that the pitcher has to declare and commit to a hand for that batter.

The Pat Venditte Rule.

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About 5-6 years ago I was asked to just call pitches for a college evaluation "game".  7-8 college scouts in the stands, all with clip boards and guns.  Most pitchers throwing low to mid 90's.   They were changing out pitchers and base runners every half inning. A few innings in there's a kid on the mound throwing right handed.  Nothing special, mid 80's at best but threw strikes. I'm thinking why is he here?  A batter gets a hit.  It took me a couple of pitches to realize he is now throwing left handed. Equally as strong mid 80's, throwing strikes.  At the end of the inning he's walking off the mound and I walk towards him and ask to see his glove.  He had a custom six finger glove made to switch hands.  Pretty cool.

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