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Switch Hitter vs. Switch Pitcher
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Thought this was kinda interesting.

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#2
Is there a "this" we should be looking at?
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#3
There should be a "this". There's a video on there of "this" when I click on this thread. If there isn't one for everyone here is the link to a video
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#4
The posts after the video are as good as the videos themselves.

It makes me want to look up the rule on switch hitting myself for clarification.
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Gator Wrote:The posts after the video are as good as the videos themselves.

I laughed out loud at the one comment about the Yankees having a minotaur in rookie league.

Personal opinion... I think the pitcher should have to pick an arm and stick with it for his entire outing. Or switching over is the equivalent of a pitching change.
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Hooch Wrote:Personal opinion... I think the pitcher should have to pick an arm and stick with it for his entire outing. Or switching over is the equivalent of a pitching change.

I disagree. Batter needs to get in the box. If the pitcher wants to throw with his other hand, that's his problem. A pitcher who can throw with either hand is extremely rare. The batter is delaying the game going from one side of the plate to the other.

And, in that at bat, it didn't matter what side the batter was on when he swings at a curveball 5 feet out of the strike zone.
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#7
yeah, that was a shitty ending to that.

I guess a rule needs to be made now.
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