Warwick ambidextrous pitcher David Ghiloni is rare baseball talent

David Ghiloni thinks the state’s newly-implemented, pitch-count rules need one addition.

Ghiloni believes the 105-pitch maximum should be per each hand or arm. The Warwick senior is somewhat biased. He’s mastered pitching and throwing with both hands. Ghiloni is a notch faster from the left side and has more control from the right.

“Before every inning, I always know who is up,” Ghiloni said. “Usually, I’m just out there throwing three warmups from each side. If a lefty comes up, I just go lefty. If there’s a righty up, I go righty.”

Read Ghiloni’s story here.

VIDEO: Warwick senior pitcher David Ghiloni on when he started throwing with both his left and right hand and the reaction he gets when he switches sides of the rubber.

VIDEO: Warwick pitcher David Ghiloni warms up from the left side and switches over to the right during a game against Washingtonville Thursday

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