- a using or intended for the right hand
a right-handed batter
- s rotating to the right
- An estimated 260 million people around the globe live left-handed lives in a right-handed world, Leonardo da Vinci and Alexander the Great were lefthanded, and so were Babe Ruth,.
- He was clearly right-handed: the bones of the right arm are markedly larger than those of the left.
- Nations that escaped right-handed conquest, like Great Britain, preserved their left-handed tradition.
News & Articles
- Nationals trade RHP Rodriguez to Cubs
DENVER (AP) -- The Washington Nationals have traded right-handed pitcher Henry Rodriguez to the Chicago Cubs for minor league pitcher Ian Dickson.
June 12, 2013 - The Associated Press via Yahoo! Sports
- Cubs acquire RHP Henry Rodriguez from Nationals
The Chicago Cubs today acquired right-handed pitcher Henry Rodriguez from the Washington Nationals for minor league right-handed pitcher Ian Dickson.
June 12, 2013 - FOX News Chicago
- Lefties vs. Righties: It's All in Your Head
Whether you're right-handed or left-handed, you've probably stopped noticing how often you rely on your dominant hand. But have you ever stopped to wonder why you only eat with your left or doodle with your right? SEE ALSO: Challenge Accepted: 15 Trivia Questions You'll Probably Get Wrong SciShow aims to answer that question in today's video titled, "Why Are There Righties & Lefties?" According ...
June 12, 2013 - Mashable
- Joe Maddon in Columbia Daily Tribune
BJ came in off the field after that particular play and everybody saw it, and some guys were not really pleased and certain things were said,Rays Manager Joe Maddon said. "He was set up on the other side. In other words, a right-handed...
- Alex Rodriguez in The Associated Press
Rodriguez added, "It looked like a right-handed power hitter hit that."
- Albert Pujols in USA Today
The wind just blows,the St. Louis Cardinals' Albert Pujols said. "It's probably the toughest park in the National League for a right-handed hitter."