Question: How did Jim Abbott lose his arm?

At the age of 11, Jim joined a Little League team and threw a no-hitter in the first game he pitched. Despite his early success, most people figured the competition would soon pass him by. Jim batted from the left side, wrapping his left hand around the bat and the stub of his right arm.

Who was the only one handed pitcher?

James Anthony Abbott James Anthony Abbott (born September 19, 1967) is an American former baseball pitcher. He is known for his success at the major league level despite having been born without a right hand.

What social change did Jim Abbott represent?

What change did he/she represent? People accepting those with disabilities in baseball. countless times by the major networks and publications.” handling his glove-hand switch, which allowed Jim him to throw and catch the ball with the same hand.”

How many pitchers have thrown a no-hitter?

Five pitchers have thrown a no-hitter in both the American League and the National League: Cy Young, Ryan, Jim Bunning, Nomo, and Randy Johnson.

How did Jim Abbott field a ball?

Abbott, who retired in 1999, pitched with a right-handers fielders glove perched pocket-down over the end of his stubbed right arm. At the conclusion of his delivery, he would deftly slip his left hand into the glove and be ready to field the ball.

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