Yes, sort of. I don't know of any who both bat and throw left, but there are a few who bat left and throw right. Current examples of left-hand hitting third basemen include Hank Blalock http://www.findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m0FCI/is_7_63/ai_n6108322 and Russ Branyan http://www.Baseball-reference.com/b/branyru01.shtml Don Mattingly played one game in 1986, Mike Squires played one game in 1983
In between the third baseman and second base
First Baseman James Loney, Second Baseman Juan Uribe, Shortstop Rafael Furcal, and Third Baseman Casey Blake.
It has nine players: pitcher, catcher, first baseman, second baseman, third baseman, shortstop, left fielder, center fielder, and right fielder.
Catcher, pitcher, first baseman, second baseman, shortstop, third baseman, right outfielder, left outfielder, and center fielder
First baseman, second baseman, third baseman, shortstop, left fielder, center fielder, right fielder, catcher and pitcher.
The nine positions are: Pitcher, catcher, first baseman, second baseman, third baseman, shortstop, left fielder, center fielder and right fielder.
A catcher, pitcher, first baseman, second baseman, third baseman, shortstop, right fielder, center fielder, and left fielder. (9 players)
That situation sounds somewhat similar to what is called the rotation play or wheel play in bunt situations. During a bunt situation, usually the first baseman and third baseman cover the bunt while the second baseman will cover first base and the shortstop will cover third base. In the situation you describe it sounds like the shortstop would be the defensive player to cover third base.
Well, there are usually 9 people on the field at one time.there is a pitcher, catcher, first baseman, second baseman, shortstop, third baseman, right feild, center field, and left field.
If you mean on the softball field, there are nine, Pitcher, Catcher, First Baseman, Second Baseman, Shortstop, Third Baseman, Left Fielder, Center Fielder, Right Fielder.
Nine players start the average softball game. A pitcher, catcher, first baseman, second baseman, third baseman, shortstop, and three outfielders. (Left, right and center.)
it depends if the ball is hit the left side and the play is going to second or third the shortstop is the cutoff. if the ball is hit to the right side and the play is going to second or third the second baseman is. If the play is going HOME the first baseman is the cut off. For the left , center and right fielder.
Currently, the only lefthanded infielders play at first base. But throughout MLB history, there have been a few leftys that have played second base, third base, or shortstop. Wee Willie Keeler, a Hall of Famer, played second base, third and shortstop 71 times over his 19-year career from 1892 through 1910. Hal Chase, normally a first baseman, played 36 games at second base between 1905 and 1916. Bill Hulen of the 1896 Phillies played 73 games at shortstop and two at second base in his only season with the club. First baseman Don Mattingly of the Yankees played one game at second base in 1983 and three games at third base in 1986 despite being left-handed.
1 - Pitcher 2 - Catcher 3 - First Baseman 4 - Second Baseman 5 - Third Baseman 6 - Shortstop 7 - Left Fielder 8 - Center Fielder 9 - Right Fielder
1-Pitcher, 2-Catcher, 3-First Baseman, 4-Second Baseman, 5-Third Baseman, 6-Shortstop, 7-Left Field, 8-Center Field, 9-Right Field.
Slow pitch softball teams field ten players - pitcher, catcher, first baseman, second baseman, shortstop, third baseman, left fielder, center fielder, right fielder, short fielder. Lacrosse
Even if third base is playing up third base is still a longer throw.
3-6-1 is the first baseman to the shortstop to the pitcher. The defensive numbers are 1-pitcher, 2-catcher, 3-first baseman, 4-second baseman, 5-third baseman, 6-shortstop, 7-left fielder, 8- center fielder, 9-right fielder.
1 - Pitcher 2 - Catcher 3 - First baseman 4 - Second baseman 5 - Third baseman 6 - Shortstop 7 - Left field 8 - Center field 9 - Right field
A 'seeing eye dog' in baseball is a slowly hit ball that is hit perfectly - that makes it between the shortstop and the third baseman or the second baseman and the first baseman for a single. A ball hit with the same speed directly at a fielder is a routine out.
The shortstop is the baseball player between second and third base.
A few feet behind the runner when they lead off. The shortstop could loop around instead of the third baseman if you want it to be a surprise.
For purposes of scoring, baseball players are listed as: (1) The pitcher; (2) The catcher; (3) The first baseman; (4) The second baseman; (5) The third baseman; (6) The shortstop; (7) The left fielder; (8) The center fielder; and (9) The right fielder. As a result, a 4-6-3 double play is started by the second baseman, who flips a ground ball to the shortstop, who then throws the ball to first base.
The positions on a major league team is the pitcher, catcher, first baseman, second baseman, third baseman, shortstop, center field, right field, and left field. Sometimes teams might have a Designated Hitter who hits for the team while the pitcher doesn't.