Sounds like quite a difficulty for batters. Been wondering where I heard this before. But didn't. Just occurred to me. The A's or someone had a one-handed pitcher. Kept his glove on his stump till after he threw the ball, and then switched it onto his good hand. Something similar. Hope I get to, and would love to see this ambidextrous pitcher. That would be something new and interesting.
Yeah, I saw that video on the news. That's one for the ages.
I can't remember the name of the one-armed pitcher, but I know he spent some time in New York. I don't think he was in Oakland, but may have been with the Angels. It's a pretty simple name, as I recall.