For the first time all spring, the Yankees trotted out relief pitcher Pat Venditte yesterday. Venditte is of interest because he is the baseball equivalent of a juggling bear or a bearded lady: Venditte is ambidextrous. He threw one and a third innings yesterday, giving up one run, facing three batters while throwing left handed and three throwing right. Venditte is 24 years old and will be assigned to Class A Tampa this year; that is to say, he is pretty far from the major leagues. "I don't have overpowering stuff from either side, so I think I need this to continue pitching," Venditte said. It is funny to watch him pitch, though: He is this generation's abundant answer to Pete Gray. But he'll probably need another draft of current players off to war to make the Bigs.