Pitching has been relatively the same for nearly the entirety of the history of baseball, but somebody has just changed that. When Oakland Athletics pitcher Pat Venditte steps to the mound to face the batter, he can choose which hand to throw with.
That's right, a "switch" pitcher. Switch hitting has been around for years and many people do it. However, switch pitching is very rare because it's hard enough to be able to throw with each hand, let alone throw major league level heat with each hand. So watch this clip of his MLB debut and enjoy!