Sunday, March 17, 2013

Ambidextrous pitchers - Florida

Switch pitchers - Florida

Kristofer ArmstrongThe Benjamin School 2018Jupiter, Florida
Armstrong is both a switch pitcher and a switch hitter. A natural right-hander, he started throwing left-handed when he was 9 years old. He plays shortstop and throws 87 mph right-handed. His father, Jack Armstrong, was a professional pitcher for seven years.  

Matt Brunnig, Home School; Played for Warner Christian HS 2002, Florida
Switch pitcher for Harvard University, 2003-2006, Division I
Brunning was nicknamed "The Freak" because he could throw 85 mph left-handed and 90 mph right-handed.

Preston Cronk, Dr. Phillips High School 2012, Orlando, Florida
Cronk is a natural right-handed pitcher who started pitching left-handed following a ligament tear to his right arm. Fastball up to 84 mph right handed. 

Jamie Irving, Miami, Florida
Harvard 1993, Division I Ivy League
Jamie Irving, a 6'5" natural right-hander from Miami, started throwing left-handed with his father at the age of 7. 

Peter Taraskevich, American Heritage HS 2003, Sunrise, Florida 

Pitcher for Cumberland University (2010); Played one season at Nova Southeastern University in Davie, FL; Played one season at St. Petersburg College, FL
Drafted by the Twins in 2003

High school ambidextrous pitchers from the state of Florida

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