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Baseball--pitcher vs batter
An unprecedented event unfolded during the ninth inning of a Minor League baseball game in
Since Venditte was pitching left-handed, Henriquez positioned himself to hit right-handed because a batter can see the ball better when a pitcher throws it from the opposite side. Venditte then put his specially made glove on his left hand and prepared to pitch right-handed since he is ambidextrous (can throw just as well left-handed or right-handed) (His glove has six fingers and two webs so he can wear it on either hand). This confused Henriquez so he called for time and relocated to the other side of the plate because he too was ambidextrous and can hit just as well either right-handed or left handed. Venditte then switched his glove again. Henriquez then called time again and moved to the other side of the plate. Venditte countered. This continued again and again for five minutes until Venditte left the pitcher's mound and approached the home plate umpire. Nothing like this had happened in the history of baseball!
Both managers came out and discussed the matter with the entire umpiring staff. Since the Major League Baseball rulebook is unclear about such situations, it was agreed that both the pitcher and hitter could change sides one time per at-bat, and the batter must declare first. Henriquez chose to bat right-handed so Venditte opted to pitch right-handed and struck him out on four pitches. Henriquez slammed his bat down in frustration and Venditte's Staten Island Yankees walked away with a 7-2 win.
(Beaumont Enterprise, 6/21/2008) as cited in IN OTHER WORDS, July 2008, Issue 3.
POSSIBLE APPLICATIONS—SOVEREIGNTY, ROM 8:28, SPIRITUAL WARFARE As crazy as this sounds, it is similar to what takes place in spiritual warfare. Satan and his evil demons seek to take advantage of every pitch, but God gets the final say Lots of bad things happen, but God has final pitch to win the game. (Kent Crockett)