Pat Venditte of the Oakland A’s made headlines last week when he pitched in a game against the Boston Red Sox.
Venditte, 29, pitched both right-handed and left-handed against Boston batters, making him the first player to do so in a Major League game since Greg Harris did it in September of 1995.
The best headline (even though it was definitely a mistake) appeared in the East Oregonian. Just read it for yourself.
Favorite headline of week. He pitches righty, lefty — and evidently, also underwater. Faces Aquaman in next outing. pic.twitter.com/efxaQxFp8Z
— Neill Woelk (@NeillWoelk) June 8, 2015
Umm … no. You were looking for this.