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Pitches from a right-handers point of view See a ball hit during credits and move the ball

Pitches from a right-handers point of view

Sent in by Skipper Here are the pitches from a right-handers point of view. Always hold the last button shown: U= Up D= Down R= Right L= Left B= B button on controller High fastball - U, B, U Low fastball (One of the best pitches) - D, B, U Straight fastball - B, U High change (I recommend against this pitch) - U, B, D Low change - D, B, D Straight change - B, D Don't use the below pitches with a stamina of under 80. Splitter - R, B, U + L Slider - R, B, L Curve - R, B, D + L (Screwballs work with about half of the pitchers. The sharpness of break varies. Hunt from L.A. and Anders from Seattle are the best screwballers.) Hard screwball - L, B, U + R Screwball - L, B, R Slow screwball - L, B, D + R

See a ball hit during credits and move the ball

Hold the L or R Button and press Reset. When the credits begin, you hear the sound of a baseball being hit, and then you actually see the ball flying toward you. At this point, you can use the Control Pad to alter the ball's course.

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