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Miyuki decides to play a game with Toshi and has Furuya pitch full out with the goal of striking out the ace. To show off more of his dominance, Furuya hits a homer off of Toshi in the bottom of the fifth.

As the two teams appear to become even, we reach the sixth inning. Sawamura is brought in to pitch the remaining four innings while Furuya is sent to the outfield to give him fielding practice and additional at bats.

Takahiro Matsumoto gets pissed, thinking his team is merely practice targets for Seidou's first years. Sawamura experiences pitching problems similar to Furuya's.

However because his previous team was weak, he is used to such situations and quickly begins to adjust. Miyuki continues to try to get Sawamura to pitch inside and gain additional control, but his motivational speeches seem to have little to no effect on Sawamura.

Sawamura begins to try to trust in his infielder's, and as he does so he sees his pitching begin to improve. While many runs are given up, both Sawamura and Furuya learn the lessons the coach hoped to have them learn in the training camp.

After the game Coach Matsumoto acknowledges Sawamura's ability and praises how it can be a secret weapon if it is utilized correctly, but only with a little refining.

A 3-set of matches takes place to end the training week of hell as Inashiro Industrial vs. Seidou, Inashiro Industrial vs. Shuuhoku, and Shuuhoku vs.

Seidou on Seidou's field. Kawakami pitches the game vs. Inashiro Industrial with Miyauchi while Tanba is forced to work with Miyuki. None of the starters play in the match vs.

Inashiro Industrial, though Furuya is positioned in left field for the entire game. Inashiro Industrial brings out their starters for the second game, including southpaw ace Narumiya Mei.

Mei already has a wicked slider, curve ball, and fast ball, but in the game he debuts a change up pitch that could make him unbeatable. Finally we start the Shuuhoku vs.

Seidou match. Through 6 innings Miyuki has Tanba throw nothing but curveballs and fastballs, but in the seventh inning Tanba debuts his new fork ball.

The second half of the Seidou, Shuuhoku match begins with Tanba unveiling his fork ball. Combined with his fastball and his curve ball Seidou seems to have a new found sense of confidence.

As Tanba comes to bat however, Shuuhoku's pitcher loses control of one pitch and forces an emergency cancellation of the game and leads to something that could ruin Seidou's season.

As the players are feeling depressed, the summer tournament bracket is revealed. Sawamura is told to get better with his control and also told he'll debut when the time is right.

Additional training is given to Sawamura and Furuya while some of the seniors are forced to start pitching training to help motivate them and prepare them should 3 pitchers not be enough.

Kanemaru helps Sawamura get ready for the exams. Until Sawamura passes all his exams, he will be ineligible to play in a game.

After a few practices, he manages to get a 30, two 35's, and a 36 on his test making him eligible for the tourney. As Chris watches Sawamura pitch into the net, he secretly thinks up how he can fine tune Sawamura's grip into a great weapon that no one will be able to defeat.

Furuya isn't as lucky and is forced to take the makeup test. Everyone receives their numbers. The opening ceremonies are held for the Tokyo Tournament.

Only two schools, those whom make the championship game, will be able to go on to the National Tournament. After the Opening Ceremony, Seidou returns to their practice facility.

Furuya and Sawamura get used to the fielding, but Kawakami appears to be struggling. Realizing it's time to boost Kawakami's confidence, the Coach takes him aside and announces he will be their ace closer and to not worry about having to start.

Furuya is named the starter. Seidou opens its first match against Maimon West, who is about to see what Furuya's fastball is all about.

Seidou shows Maimon West that they are underestimating no one in the tournament. After being retired in the top of the first, Seidou manages to score 3 in the top of the second.

Meanwhile Furuya continues to strike out batter after batter with his high fastball. Seidou goes on to continue punishing Maimon West, gaining a lead.

With a lead in place, Seidou brings in Sawamura to pitch inning 4. The game ends up being called, and Seidou advances with ease.

Seeing how high Furuya's ball was, Chris takes Sawamura aside and teaches him how to hold the ball and turn his pitch into a fine weapon no one will be expecting.

Seidou then participates in their second game of the tournament against Puplic Murata East High School.

The match between Seidou and Puplic Murata East ends with Seidou getting another called game, after 5 innings. Seidou sticks around to watch the next game and sees Akikawa Academy's Shunshin Yeung and his clockwork control.

Yeung pitches mostly to the outside corners, and his rotation of the spots makes it hard for batters to predict where it will be. Seidou begins planning immediately to combat it.

Scouts and magazine writers head to Seidou to watch Furuya pitch. However Miyuki realizes Furuya's body isn't used to Tokyo's heat after coming down from Hokkaido and limits him to 10 pitches.

Everyone that sticks around gets to watch Sawamura work on his inside control with Kanemaru in the batting circle.

The next day the reporters head to Akikawa where they are shocked to see Yeung is the pitcher for the practice sessions. They also see the pitching machine turned up full throttle so Akikawa's players can get used to seeing the speed with their eyes, even if they can't hit it.

The night before the game, Coach Kataoka stands in the batters box and has Sawamura pitch to him. Sawamura's pitch decides his fate for the Akikawa game.

As the game begins, Furuya once again pitches full out. However Akikawa reveals a plan to wear him out through bunts and forcing more lack of control.

Miyuki realizes their plan and comes up with a counterattack, but will Furuya be able to execute it? In the top of the first, Shunshin Yeung comes to the plate and forces Furuya to throw a meat ball which he nails to left, giving Akikawa a lead early on.

With the lead Yeung heads to the mound and is able to start his precision throwing. Yeung comes up with a plan that he believes will destroy Seidou if it is executed to perfection, but it requires getting one more run off of Furuya.

As the heat continues to increase, Coach Kataoka declares that if Furuya even lets one batter on base, he will switch him out.

At first this declaration provides Furuya the motivation he needs to get stronger, and his pitch gets faster. However Akikawa begins to use their bunt plan efficiently forcing Furuya to tire himself even more.

With no other choice, a pitcher change is called for. Sawamura is called into action. After nearly throwing the ball away on a toss to first base, Miyuki calls for a four-seam fastball to the inside, the exact pitch Sawamura used against the coach the night before.

We see the results of that pitch. Akikawa hesitates being unable to see Sawamura's pitch due to his form, and Sawamura forces a pop out to third to get out of the 4th inning.

This episode serves as a recap of the first 27 episodes, showing how Eijun Sawamura joined the Seidou High School Baseball team, his struggles with the JV, and his eventual rise to play in the tournament all while hoping to become the ace of the team.

Sawamura's moving fastball and four seamer continue to cause problems for Akikawa's batters. As Seidou's batters start to get on base, Miyuki comes to the plate and is able to predict the pitches Shunshin Yeung will make.

Miyuki's at bat not only helps Seidou's batters improve, but Tanba is sent to the bullpen to warm-up and cause an additional scare for Akikawa's batters.

Will it all be enough to reverse the score and give Seidou the lead? Ichidai continues to watch the game between Seidou and Akikawa, declaring the next team to score will win in this tie.

Coach Kataoka inserts Haruichi as a pinch hitter, and he responds by getting on base. Sawamura's bunt gets Haruichi to second base and brings up the lead-off batter, Kuramochi.

Kuramochi makes it to first base, ushering Haruichi to third. Following Kuramochi, Ryosuke squeezes and the team gets two runs from Haruichi and Kuramochi.

In the end, Seidou wins Regardless, Yeung is happy that he finally got to play the style of Japanese baseball he loved in his last summer of play.

After winning their match, Seidou stays behind to watch Manaka's pitching in hopes of gaining a slight advantage in the quarterfinal game.

Tanba remembers his past ties with Manaka and swears to return in that quarterfinal match. However Yakushi has made many changes to their lineup, including three first years in the 3, 4, and 5 spots.

When the first of these first years arrives, Raichi Todoroki, he nails Manaka's best fastball out of the stadium to give his team the early lead.

Ichidai is forced to make an early pitching change, with Manaka moving to the outfield, and the game becomes a slugging contest.

As inning 5 approaches, Manaka demands to return to the mound so his team can move on to the quarterfinals. Ichidai gives in, and Manaka returns with better control than before.

Raichi returns to the batters box for a second match against Manaka. While Manaka gets some good pitches in and appears to have the advantage, and unfortunate bounce leads to an injury to Manaka.

Without Manaka the team's pitching begins to struggle. Now Seidou must prepare for a team they have no advance data on, out of having watched one match.

As Seidou's first years attempt to make their way back to the bus, they come across Raichi and Raizou in the back practicing. When Raizou says there are no other pitchers that Raichi needs to worry about until they face Narumiya Mei, it gets Sawamura and Furuya's blood boiling.

Kominato tells the rest of the team what happened the next day when they see Sawamura and Furuya practicing so hard, it gets the team's entire blood boiling.

Tanba asks the cleanup batters to help him get ready for the next game in simulation practices as Seidou's preparations start to go to work.

The episode begins with Chris coaching the team on Yakushi's batting power and their true ace, Sanada, who comes out of the bullpen and throws a shootball.

Seeing their methods, Kataoka decides to take action. Kataoka calls Sawamura, Furuya, and Kawakami into his office and tells them that Tanba isn't ready to pitch in the next game.

Instead he decides they will go with Furuya for innings , Sawamura for , and Kawakami for After he leaves them he approaches Tanba and tells him to start getting ready in the bullpen in inning 5 and that he will likely play in the game.

As game day arrives the entire Seidou team stares down Yakushi, mostly focusing their stares on Raichi Todoroki.

When the lineups are revealed though, coach Raizou Todoroki has made some adjustments. Raichi has been moved and is now the first batter.

Raichi faces Furuya and manages to get a double. The next batter hits a single allowing Raichi to score and give Yakushi a lead. Miyuki quickly reminds Furuya that he has reliable teammates behind him, and after a marvelous caught steal on Yakushi, Miyuki gives Seidou the confidence it needs.

Seidou responds in the bottom of the first, and thanks to a 2-run homer by Masuko, Seidou takes a lead. Seeing that his careful planning won't be enough, Raizou prepares to insert Sanada in the lineup earlier than usual and plans to have Raichi crush Furuya on his second at bat.

Furuya comes up to bat in the 7-spot and hits a solo homerun to make it in the top of the 3rd. In the bottom of the third inning Coach Kataoka decides to make his move and bring in Sawamura while Furuya moves out to left field.

At first Sawamura pitches the ball straight down the middle, but a throwback from Miyuki makes Sawamura remember it is a team game and not a one-on-one contest.

Sawamura is able to trick Raichi and get him behind with some outside pitches into a count. Finally Sawamura unleashes his 4-seam fastball to the inside and gets Raichi to pop out.

As Seidou comes to bat in the top of the fourth a double from the captain gives them a lead. Seeing that they can't fall behind any more, Raizou calls for a pitches change and brings in Sanada.

Sanada comes on and reveals he has a dangerous cutter, shutting down Seidou's batting strength. Chris tries to figure out why Sanada isn't being used from the start of games.

Ichidai players continue to slowly join in and are shocked to see that Seidou has shut down Yakushi so far and leads Tanba starts warming up in the 5th inning in the bullpen, giving Seidou an additional threat.

Yakushi's batters are unable to figure out the timing of Sawamura's pitch. Seeing no other choice, Raizou recommends they each get two strikes to get used to the speed of his pitch before swinging.

The 8 man gets on base. Then the 9 batter calls for a bunt, the first bunt Yakushi has made in the tournament. Raichi now comes up for his third at bat.

A homerun will make it and could ruin Seidou's momentum. People in the stands begin to wonder if Sawamura will be switched out.

As Raichi comes to bat, a mysterious foot comes out of the dugout. Is Sawamura's day over? Sawamura is given the role of pitching one more inning.

After two outside pitches to Raichi, Sawamura finds himself up in the count. Miyuki calls for a high, inside four-seam fastball to get Raichi out, but Raichi sends it out of the park and cuts the lead down to 5—3.

After walking the next two batters, Sawamura is pulled from the game. Yakushi's batters manage to connect with Kawakami's pitches and score one more run.

However a dramatic catch by Masuko leads to a dramatic double play and Seidou gets out of the inning with a 5—4 lead. Sanada is asked to continue through the end game to give Yakushi a fighting chance.

In the bullpen Tanba continues to warm up, and Miyauchi thinks to himself that it is the best Tanba has pitched since getting back. After the captain hits a home run off Sanada, Seidou once again leads by two runs.

They reach the bottom of the eighth inning, and Kawakami is struggling. He insists on connecting to Tanba in the next game, but when Raichi is walked and manages to steal second base he finds himself in a pinch.

Kawakami is able to get two outs, but Raichi scores, making it , and Yakushi has runners on first and third.

Kataoka steps up and calls for a pitching change. In comes Tanba with two outs for his first appearance for an ace vs.

Tanba takes to the mound. After two fastballs Tanba has an 0—2 count lead. Miyuki calls for a curveball, but the curve proves to be low and inside, coming close to a passed ball.

Miyuki makes a dramatic save, keeping the one-run lead for Seidou. Seeing that Tanba had the pitch, even though he didn't have the control, Miyuki calls for another curve and gets Sanada to strike out.

In the top half of the ninth Seidou manages to score two runs, going up After Furuya grounds into a double play, Kataoka decides to gamble. Furuya is pulled from the game.

Tanba is left to face the bottom of the order with a 3-run lead. If even one runner gets on board though, Tanba will have to face off with Raichi.

Will Tanba manage to hold on? The top of the ninth takes place as the battle between Seidou and Yakushi reaches its climax with a battle between Tanba and Raichi.

Tanba makes the count when Miyuki finally calls for the forkball to make its debut. Will Raichi have success against the forkball, or will the pressure get to him?

The winner advances to the semifinals as the loser ponders how they can improve for next season. The results of the quarterfinals are shown.

Seidou learns they will be facing a giant who is a curve ball specialist in the semifinals. Furuya is informed he won't pitch in the semifinal.

Instead they hope he recovers from his fatigue. The team only has one day to prepare for the semifinal match.

In an effort to help the team advance, the seniors raise the mound and the coach acts as the pitcher for a special batting practice. As the morning of gameday arrives, one of Seidou's players accidentally shaves his head bald.

Sawamura also learns his friends from home will be attending the semifinal to root for him. Meanwhile Haruchi's brother reveals only 18 players can move on to nationals, and he reveals if he doesn't make it to nationals, he will retire from baseball.

The battle between Sensen and Seidou gets underway. Sawamura's friends arrive in the fourth inning to see that Seidou trails 1—0.

In the fourth Seidou begins to make contact with Hino's curve ball. Seidou manages to load the bases, but a dramatic double play fly out, tag out at home keeps Seishun locked at zero.

As we reach the sixth inning Ryousan gets on base. Haruchi is told to start warming up his batting skills, and Sawamura is told to warm up in the bullpen.

Ryousan manages to steal home on a ground ball to third, tying the score at 1 a piece. Haruchi replaces Tanba in the batting lineup with the bases loaded in a game in the top of the sixth.

Haruchi falls behind , but Hino gets greedy and throws a curve ball which Haruchi smacks into left center field for a 3-RBI double, giving Seidou a 4—1 lead.

Sawamura replaces Tanba as the pitcher and walks the leadoff batter. A quick short field hit gets over Ryousan's head, giving Sensen two runners on.

Seidou sacrifices a run, making it , to get the first out, but now Hino comes to the plate with runners and second and third and only one out. After a quirky relay message is sent to Sawamura, all the players relax and Sawamura vows he will never let Miyuki say some words to him again that were shared after the last game.

Sawamura faces off with Hino in a match-up that come determine the end result of the game. In the showdown Sawamura develops a new pitch, the crossfire pitch.

Seidou advances with an win after Nori gives up an additional run. Sawamura gets to meet briefly with his friends before the team heads inside to watch the other semifinal match.

The second semifinal takes place as Inashiro Vocational battles a surprise dark horse in Sakurazawa High. Sakurazawa had 20 consecutive seasons of first round exits until some surprise first years arrived.

Akira brought in the same enthusiasm as Sawamura, but while his pitch looked super slow, the erratic pattern confused many players.

Masaaki surprises everyone by getting the top of Inashiro's order out with his knuckle ball, but when Mei takes the mound and strikes out the side Sakurazawa begins to realize how little a chance they have of advancing.

The pitching duel between Nagao Akira and Narumiya Mei continues with neither team able to consistently get on base. Akira begins to lose his calm when Inashiro's batters begin to figure out his knuckle ball.

Unfortunately it's right as Inashiro's cleanup batter, Harada, arrives. A home run gives Inashiro the lead, leading to an 8 run fourth inning, and Mei continues to strike out the side as Inashiro easily advances to the finals with a called game after 5.

Ano Natsu " Japanese Despite seeing Mei's pitching, Sawamura declares that they will be the ones to advance to Nationals. When the first years need to use the restroom after the match, Kazuya decides to escort them so they won't get lost like usual.

While waiting for the first years to finish, Kazuya and Mei meet face-to-face, and we learn that Mei had tried to recruit Kazuya to Inashiro to form the strongest team in the nation.

Instead of joining them, Kazuya vowed to beat them and form the strongest team elsewhere. Seidou returns to their dorms where each player comes up with his own conditioning and training to take place over the three days leading up to the championship.

Kiyokuni Azuma returns to force Seidou into some fielding practice against strong hitters. Little does he know that a rematch with Sawamura is on the horizon, and Azuma comes to realize that this version of Seidou could be the strongest in the history of the school.

After the intense practice with Azuma, the coach sends the first years off the field and forces the infielders into their own brutal training with him.

Rei Takashima takes this opportunity to teach the first years and Kawakami what the third years were like in their first season at Seidou. At the end of the episode the starting lineups for the game against Inashiro are revealed.

Seidou battles Inashiro for the right to go to Nationals. His grandfather was still talking but none of his words reached Eijun's ears.

They went numb. A week later, the Sawamura family attended Obaa-san's funeral. It was a solemn, quiet affair on a cloudy, drab day, not cold but not warm either.

Everyone was silent, save for the priest. Everyone left after having paid their respects. The Sawamuras were one of the only groups to stay longer.

Eijun stared at the picture of her, smiling and happy. He remembered having seen her the day before when he visited her and she had seemed healthy, nothing at all indicating her imminent death.

Then it hit him. Eijun hadn't heard the ticking around her at all yesterday, not when he first greeted her or when he left. It had simply been gone.

The ticking returned with vengeance once the grieving period was over, as if it had been laying dormant, respectfully distancing itself.

Eijun felt like it was a snake, attacking when he least expected it, a curse he didn't know what he did to deserve it.

And so his noisy days continued. They became an integral part of who he is and the days where he wished he could simply be quiet became less and less.

He just hoped he wouldn't have to hear the ticking stop for a long time. It was when Eijun first picked up a baseball glove, stood on the mound and pitched.

The space inside his head was wonderfully, peacefully quiet, full of concentration and calm, as he took a deep breath and raised his leg up high like he'd seen pitchers do on TV.

And just for that one long, drawn out moment, when he stepped on the mound and threw his first pitch with all the power he had, the world became a silent place.

The ticking is still there, like the seconds hand of a clock or a time bomb. Eijun still fears it and now he knows why.

It's a gift he never asked for and he doesn't think anyone would. It sometimes still overwhelms him, but then he speaks up, a wide grin stretching from one side of his face to the other or steps on the mound to pitch.

At first, he panicked when he realised that he couldn't hear it around certain people, like Haruichi or Miyuki. He calmed down after a while and now he's almost used to it.

It still doesn't stop him from waking up with a hammering heart sometimes, from a nightmare where all he sees is darkness and all he hears is dull ticking.

But for now, Eijun is alright. His friends show no sign of ill health and the ticking still shows up around them frequently enough to reassure him that they aren't going anywhere.

The ticking scares him but the silence is worse. Loudness and noise fill the silence and while Eijun is grateful for the respite sometimes, the ticking has become reassuring.

It's neither his best friend or his worst enemy. It just is. Sometimes, recently, there's no ticking but no silence either. It's whispers, so quiet and disembodied, half the time Eijun thinks he imagined it.

He learns to hide the way he hears the whispers the same way he ignores the ticking after the fifth time he accidentally calls out "Huh?

No one said anything, it just makes you look even more stupid than you already are! Thinking back on it, the whispers started shortly after he discovered what the ticking meant.

It didn't stay long enough to make an impression. It was gone as soon as he heard it. Time ticks away inside his head, sometimes falling silent and leaving room for the whispers to come and go like a barely-there cold breeze.

He doesn't know what it is yet and he's not sure he wants to know. Then again, last time he wasn't sure he wanted to know the answer to something like this, he got it regardless of what he wanted.

He almost suspects what it is, but for now he's unsure. Suffice to say, Eijun will not be too shocked if it is what he thinks.

Right now, he's more alarmed by the fact that the ticking stops around his friends. He has no clue, not until one fateful evening at dinner following one of their numerous practice sessions.

When Eijun hears of Harucchi's 'fortunetelling', he has instant faith in his friend. It may sound crazy, but so do Eijun's ticks. Who would believe him if he said that he can hear everyone's life ticking away and even know when they will die though a hour warning isn't very useful, Eijun supposes?

So it isn't much of a stretch for him. Harucchi's fringe hides his eyes, but in a bout perceptiveness he suspects that Haruichi may be feeling a little hurt.

His mouth opens slightly as if in surprise and then smiles at him. Then it hits him that this could be a prime opportunity to take the wind out of Furuya's sails.

Eijun will be the ace, he has no doubt about that. He doesn't need a confirmation from their resident clairvoyant; his conviction is enough for him to never, ever give up on his dream.

Still, hearing it out loud He glances over at his rival pitcher, mouth set into a determined line, then at Haruichi, "I'll become the ace, right?

I will. Eijun sees red. He jumps up and points his finger in rage, "Just you wait! I'll get on first string, just like I'll be the ace!

The whole team is so used to the first years' antics by now, no one even reacts anymore. Kuramochi, ever the short temper around his new roommate, loses it first and dropkicks Eijun into silence.

Eijun sits back down, been caused sufficient pain, and sulks into his dinner but obediently finishes the mandatory three bowls of rice in silence.

After dinner is over, the first years are the first to leave. Furuya and Harucchi walk in silence beside a chattering Eijun when he suddenly remembers that Harucchi never answered his question.

He stops in front of the two of them, hands on hips. The only indication of Furuya's annoyance is the very slight rise in his eyebrows while Harucchi can't suppress a small laugh.

Eijun still can't see his eyes but his mouth stretches into a considerably wide smile. Eijun smiles so broadly, it hurts. He still doesn't like the ticking, but in times like these, he's happy to hear it return.

Not even Harucchi's mysterious answer, which really isn't an answer at all, can dampen his mood. He throws his head back and laughs, loudly.

It feels freeing. They resume walking, but what Eijun doesn't notice is how there's only one set of ticking noises accompanying him step for step.

Story Story Writer Forum Community. What if there was an explanation for the weird tics some of the Seidou team members have?

Still set in the canon verse, but with the addition of supernatural powers.

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Post Ichidai game - As Sawamura begins to thrive and show himself to be a reliable candidate for the ace, Kuramochi begins to notice how poorly their captain is coming to terms with the fact that the pitcher who once relied on him no longer needs him.

Misawa but Miyuki is spiraling about not being able to catch for Sawamura while he's achieving success after success. If Chris had been cut from a more superstitious cloth, he may have feared using up all his luck just by finding the unusual clover.

But he wasn't, so unlike many of his teammates who found themselves tossing and turning, he slept easy that night. The next day, after the game, as Chris sat through the long, silent bus ride back to the dorms, he reflected briefly and bitterly of the clover he had found.

In which Chris is too late to come to Sawamura's rescue during the yips arc What ensues next is all hurdles and heartbreaks.

Baseball was Eijun's first love. When Takashima-san scouted him for Seidou and he experienced for the first time the excitement of a strong battery, he thought life couldn't get any better - despite the bittersweet feeling of leaving his friends behind and not living up to his promise of taking all of them to Koshien.

So he set off onto his next big adventure, stars in his eyes and excitement filling his body to the point where he just could not contain it.

What he did not realise was how naive it was of him to think that his dreams of forming the ultimate battery with Miyuki and accessorily become Seidou's ace would be.

Of course, Eijun is a hard worker and so he works and works for it. He improves drastically but somehow it is never enough.

He just cannot get what he is yearning for. After the rain there is always sunshine, or so they say. But just how much rain does it take for the sun to finally give up?

For Eijun, the match against Ichidai Sankou was the one-too-many cold shower that almost extinguished his sunshine.

Miyuki Kazuya gets a taste of what a real battery can feel like when he meets Sawamura Eijun. Seidou Guild?

Player classes? Levelling up? What is this — a videogame?! But that was the world he woke up in. And he had no choice but to adapt to this new way of life.

He was apparently also fired. He passed Shunpei and Kazuya who did a double take. Kazuya never thought Youichi could be interested in a friends with benefits arrangement with him.

Haruichi was going through his daily rounds when a patient asked him about his doctor, "Haruichi-san, has Miyuki-sensei ever had a partner?

Or are they going to be fortunate enough to survive the rocky road? Eijun suffers a career-ending injury following Akagi Junior High's last game.

When he thought all hope was lost, he is instead recruited to Seido on a Track and Field scholarship.

Seidou match. Through 6 innings Miyuki has Tanba throw nothing but curveballs and fastballs, but in the seventh inning Tanba debuts his new fork ball.

The second half of the Seidou, Shuuhoku match begins with Tanba unveiling his fork ball. Combined with his fastball and his curve ball Seidou seems to have a new found sense of confidence.

As Tanba comes to bat however, Shuuhoku's pitcher loses control of one pitch and forces an emergency cancellation of the game and leads to something that could ruin Seidou's season.

As the players are feeling depressed, the summer tournament bracket is revealed. Sawamura is told to get better with his control and also told he'll debut when the time is right.

Additional training is given to Sawamura and Furuya while some of the seniors are forced to start pitching training to help motivate them and prepare them should 3 pitchers not be enough.

Kanemaru helps Sawamura get ready for the exams. Until Sawamura passes all his exams, he will be ineligible to play in a game. After a few practices, he manages to get a 30, two 35's, and a 36 on his test making him eligible for the tourney.

As Chris watches Sawamura pitch into the net, he secretly thinks up how he can fine tune Sawamura's grip into a great weapon that no one will be able to defeat.

Furuya isn't as lucky and is forced to take the makeup test. Everyone receives their numbers. The opening ceremonies are held for the Tokyo Tournament.

Only two schools, those whom make the championship game, will be able to go on to the National Tournament. After the Opening Ceremony, Seidou returns to their practice facility.

Furuya and Sawamura get used to the fielding, but Kawakami appears to be struggling. Realizing it's time to boost Kawakami's confidence, the Coach takes him aside and announces he will be their ace closer and to not worry about having to start.

Furuya is named the starter. Seidou opens its first match against Maimon West, who is about to see what Furuya's fastball is all about.

Seidou shows Maimon West that they are underestimating no one in the tournament. After being retired in the top of the first, Seidou manages to score 3 in the top of the second.

Meanwhile Furuya continues to strike out batter after batter with his high fastball. Seidou goes on to continue punishing Maimon West, gaining a lead.

With a lead in place, Seidou brings in Sawamura to pitch inning 4. The game ends up being called, and Seidou advances with ease. Seeing how high Furuya's ball was, Chris takes Sawamura aside and teaches him how to hold the ball and turn his pitch into a fine weapon no one will be expecting.

Seidou then participates in their second game of the tournament against Puplic Murata East High School.

The match between Seidou and Puplic Murata East ends with Seidou getting another called game, after 5 innings.

Seidou sticks around to watch the next game and sees Akikawa Academy's Shunshin Yeung and his clockwork control. Yeung pitches mostly to the outside corners, and his rotation of the spots makes it hard for batters to predict where it will be.

Seidou begins planning immediately to combat it. Scouts and magazine writers head to Seidou to watch Furuya pitch. However Miyuki realizes Furuya's body isn't used to Tokyo's heat after coming down from Hokkaido and limits him to 10 pitches.

Everyone that sticks around gets to watch Sawamura work on his inside control with Kanemaru in the batting circle.

The next day the reporters head to Akikawa where they are shocked to see Yeung is the pitcher for the practice sessions. They also see the pitching machine turned up full throttle so Akikawa's players can get used to seeing the speed with their eyes, even if they can't hit it.

The night before the game, Coach Kataoka stands in the batters box and has Sawamura pitch to him. Sawamura's pitch decides his fate for the Akikawa game.

As the game begins, Furuya once again pitches full out. However Akikawa reveals a plan to wear him out through bunts and forcing more lack of control.

Miyuki realizes their plan and comes up with a counterattack, but will Furuya be able to execute it? In the top of the first, Shunshin Yeung comes to the plate and forces Furuya to throw a meat ball which he nails to left, giving Akikawa a lead early on.

With the lead Yeung heads to the mound and is able to start his precision throwing. Yeung comes up with a plan that he believes will destroy Seidou if it is executed to perfection, but it requires getting one more run off of Furuya.

As the heat continues to increase, Coach Kataoka declares that if Furuya even lets one batter on base, he will switch him out. At first this declaration provides Furuya the motivation he needs to get stronger, and his pitch gets faster.

However Akikawa begins to use their bunt plan efficiently forcing Furuya to tire himself even more. With no other choice, a pitcher change is called for.

Sawamura is called into action. After nearly throwing the ball away on a toss to first base, Miyuki calls for a four-seam fastball to the inside, the exact pitch Sawamura used against the coach the night before.

We see the results of that pitch. Akikawa hesitates being unable to see Sawamura's pitch due to his form, and Sawamura forces a pop out to third to get out of the 4th inning.

This episode serves as a recap of the first 27 episodes, showing how Eijun Sawamura joined the Seidou High School Baseball team, his struggles with the JV, and his eventual rise to play in the tournament all while hoping to become the ace of the team.

Sawamura's moving fastball and four seamer continue to cause problems for Akikawa's batters. As Seidou's batters start to get on base, Miyuki comes to the plate and is able to predict the pitches Shunshin Yeung will make.

Miyuki's at bat not only helps Seidou's batters improve, but Tanba is sent to the bullpen to warm-up and cause an additional scare for Akikawa's batters.

Will it all be enough to reverse the score and give Seidou the lead? Ichidai continues to watch the game between Seidou and Akikawa, declaring the next team to score will win in this tie.

Coach Kataoka inserts Haruichi as a pinch hitter, and he responds by getting on base. Sawamura's bunt gets Haruichi to second base and brings up the lead-off batter, Kuramochi.

Kuramochi makes it to first base, ushering Haruichi to third. Following Kuramochi, Ryosuke squeezes and the team gets two runs from Haruichi and Kuramochi.

In the end, Seidou wins Regardless, Yeung is happy that he finally got to play the style of Japanese baseball he loved in his last summer of play.

After winning their match, Seidou stays behind to watch Manaka's pitching in hopes of gaining a slight advantage in the quarterfinal game. Tanba remembers his past ties with Manaka and swears to return in that quarterfinal match.

However Yakushi has made many changes to their lineup, including three first years in the 3, 4, and 5 spots. When the first of these first years arrives, Raichi Todoroki, he nails Manaka's best fastball out of the stadium to give his team the early lead.

Ichidai is forced to make an early pitching change, with Manaka moving to the outfield, and the game becomes a slugging contest. As inning 5 approaches, Manaka demands to return to the mound so his team can move on to the quarterfinals.

Ichidai gives in, and Manaka returns with better control than before. Raichi returns to the batters box for a second match against Manaka.

While Manaka gets some good pitches in and appears to have the advantage, and unfortunate bounce leads to an injury to Manaka. Without Manaka the team's pitching begins to struggle.

Now Seidou must prepare for a team they have no advance data on, out of having watched one match. As Seidou's first years attempt to make their way back to the bus, they come across Raichi and Raizou in the back practicing.

When Raizou says there are no other pitchers that Raichi needs to worry about until they face Narumiya Mei, it gets Sawamura and Furuya's blood boiling.

Kominato tells the rest of the team what happened the next day when they see Sawamura and Furuya practicing so hard, it gets the team's entire blood boiling.

Tanba asks the cleanup batters to help him get ready for the next game in simulation practices as Seidou's preparations start to go to work. The episode begins with Chris coaching the team on Yakushi's batting power and their true ace, Sanada, who comes out of the bullpen and throws a shootball.

Seeing their methods, Kataoka decides to take action. Kataoka calls Sawamura, Furuya, and Kawakami into his office and tells them that Tanba isn't ready to pitch in the next game.

Instead he decides they will go with Furuya for innings , Sawamura for , and Kawakami for After he leaves them he approaches Tanba and tells him to start getting ready in the bullpen in inning 5 and that he will likely play in the game.

As game day arrives the entire Seidou team stares down Yakushi, mostly focusing their stares on Raichi Todoroki. When the lineups are revealed though, coach Raizou Todoroki has made some adjustments.

Raichi has been moved and is now the first batter. Raichi faces Furuya and manages to get a double. The next batter hits a single allowing Raichi to score and give Yakushi a lead.

Miyuki quickly reminds Furuya that he has reliable teammates behind him, and after a marvelous caught steal on Yakushi, Miyuki gives Seidou the confidence it needs.

Seidou responds in the bottom of the first, and thanks to a 2-run homer by Masuko, Seidou takes a lead.

Seeing that his careful planning won't be enough, Raizou prepares to insert Sanada in the lineup earlier than usual and plans to have Raichi crush Furuya on his second at bat.

Furuya comes up to bat in the 7-spot and hits a solo homerun to make it in the top of the 3rd. In the bottom of the third inning Coach Kataoka decides to make his move and bring in Sawamura while Furuya moves out to left field.

At first Sawamura pitches the ball straight down the middle, but a throwback from Miyuki makes Sawamura remember it is a team game and not a one-on-one contest.

Sawamura is able to trick Raichi and get him behind with some outside pitches into a count. Finally Sawamura unleashes his 4-seam fastball to the inside and gets Raichi to pop out.

As Seidou comes to bat in the top of the fourth a double from the captain gives them a lead. Seeing that they can't fall behind any more, Raizou calls for a pitches change and brings in Sanada.

Sanada comes on and reveals he has a dangerous cutter, shutting down Seidou's batting strength. Chris tries to figure out why Sanada isn't being used from the start of games.

Ichidai players continue to slowly join in and are shocked to see that Seidou has shut down Yakushi so far and leads Tanba starts warming up in the 5th inning in the bullpen, giving Seidou an additional threat.

Yakushi's batters are unable to figure out the timing of Sawamura's pitch. Seeing no other choice, Raizou recommends they each get two strikes to get used to the speed of his pitch before swinging.

The 8 man gets on base. Then the 9 batter calls for a bunt, the first bunt Yakushi has made in the tournament. Raichi now comes up for his third at bat.

A homerun will make it and could ruin Seidou's momentum. People in the stands begin to wonder if Sawamura will be switched out.

As Raichi comes to bat, a mysterious foot comes out of the dugout. Is Sawamura's day over? Sawamura is given the role of pitching one more inning.

After two outside pitches to Raichi, Sawamura finds himself up in the count. Miyuki calls for a high, inside four-seam fastball to get Raichi out, but Raichi sends it out of the park and cuts the lead down to 5—3.

After walking the next two batters, Sawamura is pulled from the game. Yakushi's batters manage to connect with Kawakami's pitches and score one more run.

However a dramatic catch by Masuko leads to a dramatic double play and Seidou gets out of the inning with a 5—4 lead. Sanada is asked to continue through the end game to give Yakushi a fighting chance.

In the bullpen Tanba continues to warm up, and Miyauchi thinks to himself that it is the best Tanba has pitched since getting back.

After the captain hits a home run off Sanada, Seidou once again leads by two runs. They reach the bottom of the eighth inning, and Kawakami is struggling.

He insists on connecting to Tanba in the next game, but when Raichi is walked and manages to steal second base he finds himself in a pinch.

Kawakami is able to get two outs, but Raichi scores, making it , and Yakushi has runners on first and third. Kataoka steps up and calls for a pitching change.

In comes Tanba with two outs for his first appearance for an ace vs. Tanba takes to the mound. After two fastballs Tanba has an 0—2 count lead.

Miyuki calls for a curveball, but the curve proves to be low and inside, coming close to a passed ball.

Miyuki makes a dramatic save, keeping the one-run lead for Seidou. Seeing that Tanba had the pitch, even though he didn't have the control, Miyuki calls for another curve and gets Sanada to strike out.

In the top half of the ninth Seidou manages to score two runs, going up After Furuya grounds into a double play, Kataoka decides to gamble. Furuya is pulled from the game.

Tanba is left to face the bottom of the order with a 3-run lead. If even one runner gets on board though, Tanba will have to face off with Raichi.

Will Tanba manage to hold on? The top of the ninth takes place as the battle between Seidou and Yakushi reaches its climax with a battle between Tanba and Raichi.

Tanba makes the count when Miyuki finally calls for the forkball to make its debut. Will Raichi have success against the forkball, or will the pressure get to him?

The winner advances to the semifinals as the loser ponders how they can improve for next season. The results of the quarterfinals are shown. Seidou learns they will be facing a giant who is a curve ball specialist in the semifinals.

Furuya is informed he won't pitch in the semifinal. Instead they hope he recovers from his fatigue. The team only has one day to prepare for the semifinal match.

In an effort to help the team advance, the seniors raise the mound and the coach acts as the pitcher for a special batting practice.

As the morning of gameday arrives, one of Seidou's players accidentally shaves his head bald. Sawamura also learns his friends from home will be attending the semifinal to root for him.

Meanwhile Haruchi's brother reveals only 18 players can move on to nationals, and he reveals if he doesn't make it to nationals, he will retire from baseball.

The battle between Sensen and Seidou gets underway. Sawamura's friends arrive in the fourth inning to see that Seidou trails 1—0.

In the fourth Seidou begins to make contact with Hino's curve ball. Seidou manages to load the bases, but a dramatic double play fly out, tag out at home keeps Seishun locked at zero.

As we reach the sixth inning Ryousan gets on base. Haruchi is told to start warming up his batting skills, and Sawamura is told to warm up in the bullpen.

Ryousan manages to steal home on a ground ball to third, tying the score at 1 a piece. Haruchi replaces Tanba in the batting lineup with the bases loaded in a game in the top of the sixth.

Haruchi falls behind , but Hino gets greedy and throws a curve ball which Haruchi smacks into left center field for a 3-RBI double, giving Seidou a 4—1 lead.

Sawamura replaces Tanba as the pitcher and walks the leadoff batter. A quick short field hit gets over Ryousan's head, giving Sensen two runners on.

Seidou sacrifices a run, making it , to get the first out, but now Hino comes to the plate with runners and second and third and only one out.

After a quirky relay message is sent to Sawamura, all the players relax and Sawamura vows he will never let Miyuki say some words to him again that were shared after the last game.

Sawamura faces off with Hino in a match-up that come determine the end result of the game. In the showdown Sawamura develops a new pitch, the crossfire pitch.

Seidou advances with an win after Nori gives up an additional run. Sawamura gets to meet briefly with his friends before the team heads inside to watch the other semifinal match.

The second semifinal takes place as Inashiro Vocational battles a surprise dark horse in Sakurazawa High. Sakurazawa had 20 consecutive seasons of first round exits until some surprise first years arrived.

Akira brought in the same enthusiasm as Sawamura, but while his pitch looked super slow, the erratic pattern confused many players.

Masaaki surprises everyone by getting the top of Inashiro's order out with his knuckle ball, but when Mei takes the mound and strikes out the side Sakurazawa begins to realize how little a chance they have of advancing.

The pitching duel between Nagao Akira and Narumiya Mei continues with neither team able to consistently get on base. Akira begins to lose his calm when Inashiro's batters begin to figure out his knuckle ball.

Unfortunately it's right as Inashiro's cleanup batter, Harada, arrives. A home run gives Inashiro the lead, leading to an 8 run fourth inning, and Mei continues to strike out the side as Inashiro easily advances to the finals with a called game after 5.

Ano Natsu " Japanese Despite seeing Mei's pitching, Sawamura declares that they will be the ones to advance to Nationals. When the first years need to use the restroom after the match, Kazuya decides to escort them so they won't get lost like usual.

While waiting for the first years to finish, Kazuya and Mei meet face-to-face, and we learn that Mei had tried to recruit Kazuya to Inashiro to form the strongest team in the nation.

Instead of joining them, Kazuya vowed to beat them and form the strongest team elsewhere. Seidou returns to their dorms where each player comes up with his own conditioning and training to take place over the three days leading up to the championship.

Kiyokuni Azuma returns to force Seidou into some fielding practice against strong hitters. Little does he know that a rematch with Sawamura is on the horizon, and Azuma comes to realize that this version of Seidou could be the strongest in the history of the school.

After the intense practice with Azuma, the coach sends the first years off the field and forces the infielders into their own brutal training with him.

Rei Takashima takes this opportunity to teach the first years and Kawakami what the third years were like in their first season at Seidou.

At the end of the episode the starting lineups for the game against Inashiro are revealed. Seidou battles Inashiro for the right to go to Nationals.

Mei overthinks his opening battle with Kuromichi and walks him. Kuromichi steals second base standing up, a sacrifice bunt from Kominato moves him to third, and a base hit from Isashiki gives Seidou a lead.

Seeing nothing to lose, Mei decides to battle Yuuki one-on-one as the rest of Seidou watches wondering if Mei is losing it.

Mei battles Yuuki one-one-one. Then it's time for Furuya to shine. Furuya throws his own team for a loop when he thanks them for helping him be successful.

He then proceeds to strike out the side. Miyuki and Mei go head-to-head, and Mei gives Miyuki exactly what he wants in a change-up, but with no one on it turns into an easy out.

Furuya comes out for the second and strikes out the clean-up and 6 batters, though Mei manages to pop out to third instead of striking out.

With Furuya throwing with more control and speed than ever, Inashiro realizes they will have to change something up to be successful.

It's the end of two, and Seidou leads After three innings the game remains close. Next up is the cleanup, Yuki, and Narumiya changes his gears. Baiting with the changeup, he strikes out Yuki with a fastball, creating momentum for Inashiro.

Seidou realizes Narumiya is only going all out for Yuki, but will this lead to them having a mental blow or lead to them being more determined than ever to defeat Narumiya?

In the top of the fifth Furuya gets a hit off of Narumiya, leading to a chance to tie the game with Shirasu. The only problem- Shirasu bats ninth.

Will Shirasu make it on base, and what will Inashiro do when Tanba takes the mound in the bottom of the fifth?

Inashiro manages to load the bases with two outs against Tanba, but Tanba pulls through to get Seidou going. To counter Seidou's potential momentum Narumiya and Harada change their pitching pattern frequently, confusing Seidou's batters.

As the innings change and the Seidou players walk out to the field, Kuramochi stops Ryosuke to ask him about his injury and whether or not he can go on.

Inashiro continues to get hits off of Tanba and put Seidou in tight spots.

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