McLish May Become Ambidextrous Hurler 1944
I -n Nie-man 0 0 0 McLish May Become Ambidextrous Hurler The recent demise of Tony Mul lane, ambidextrous pitcher of the old-time old-time old-time Cincinnati Reds who shut the New York Metropolitans live times in one season (1887), put a spotlight on a new Brooklyn Dodger rookie, Calvin McLish, 18- 18- year-old year-old year-old Oklahoma City high school pitcher, who may Decome the first ambidextrous big league Ditcher of modern times. . To the query, "Throw right Or left?" Calvin's answer is, "right- "right- roy Jarvis, Dodger catching rookie who brought Cal to camp this spring, says, "tie can tnrow as weu with his left hand as any of the others can with their right" Young Calvin is entitled to be nicknamed "umei." navina Amer ican-Indian ican-Indian ican-Indian blood in his ancestry. Pown home, however, being parW Indian is no great oaaity, so the nickname he brought is. ."Buster," meaning cnuDDy . cneeas in gram mar school days. . '. J, . ..