Switch-hitter vs. switch-pitcher

A few weeks ago, I wrote about switch-pitcher Tony Mullane, and Steve of Broken Bats Baseball mentioned that the New York Yankees had a switch-pitcher in their organization.  A couple days ago, I discovered this video of the last at-bat in a game between the Staten Island Yankees and the Brooklyn Cyclones on 19 June 2008.  In it, Pat Venditte finds a new level of frustration when he takes the mound against a switch-hitter, though I have to confess, I found it amusing to watch.

2 Comments on “Switch-hitter vs. switch-pitcher”

  1. steve says:

    I eagerly await the yankees to merge forces with jacque cousteau inc and sign baseball’s first ever octopus.

  2. […] been nearly two years since I first wrote about Pat Venditte, who at the time was a switch-pitcher in the Yankees organization.  Last night, Venditte made his […]

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