INTRO: Hello, I have gathered info from other guides, myself, and other people.
This guide will help you get better at pitching. You have to learn how to be nasty.
First off, here is my strike zone: 1) First step to being nasty is to know your pitcher. I’ll use Hiroki Kuroda. Kuroda’s overall is only 55, but what makes him nasty is his forkball. You need to know his forkball inside and out. See how fast and what the movement is with 100% PWR and 1% PWR. This will help you know your pitches. Whoever you have you need to study their 4-seam, changeup, forkball, and curve. 2) Where to throw your pitches.NOTE: All of these are for Right-Handed batters.
To be tricky you must do the unexpected.K. Every once and a while just straight up pitch one down the middle. I don’t really know much about submarine pitching. Throw that low.Curves: 3) Trickyness. 4) SUBMARINE.A: “straight changeup” or a fastball that looks like it’s going to be a changeup but goes straight. Throw that high to med-high. A. but I do know where to throw the changeup and curve:
Throw both of them there and you will be an ace in no time!
. Throw a forkball or a changeup (1% pwr) as a “!” pitch that it always a ball. To be tricky you can also throw a 5-10% (not 1%) fastball as a “STRANGE”.