What would happen if a switch-hitter batted against a switch-pitcher?


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2008-07-10 15:14:52
2008-07-10 15:14:52

This actually happened not long ago in a semi-pro game. The pitcher switched hands, so the batter switched sides of the plate. Then the pitcher switched back, as did the batter. This literally went on for a minute or so, before the umpire finally stepped in and made them play ball. It was humorous to watch.

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