Originally posted on IT IS HIGH, IT IS FAR, IT IS caught  |  Last updated 11/19/13
I've never seen Pat Venditte pitch. Frankly, it's bucket list material. But I'm starting to lose hope that he'll ever do it for the Yankees. Venditte is the only pitcher in pro baseball who can throw with both hands. That, in itself, makes him arguably the greatest athlete in the game, if not the most coordinated and sophisticated person in professional sports. He must have the mind of an octopus. Think about it: He pitches with both hands. He is one of a kind. And I can't help but think if he was in any other organization, Venditte would have at least made it to The Show by now, if not just for the novelty effect.The Yankees drafted him in the 2008 20th round, out of Creighton University. Right off the bat, baseball screwed him. Some meathead executive ruled that Venditte must choose which arm to use, giving switch-hitters the advantage of making their adjustment. Yeesh. What an idiotic decision. Seriously, how many switch-pitchers are there? You would think the architects of the g...
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