How to Pitch Better in MLB The Show 23

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MLB: The Show 23 is out (available from retailers like Gamestop) and with it comes the rush to make it to the top in Road to The Show and franchise modes. Previously, I have covered ways to bat better but this time around I will be guiding you through how to pitch better in MLB: The Show 23.

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MLB The Show 23 – How to Pitch Better

Target The Corners

Despite whatever indications the game may be giving you about hot spots and cold zones the best pitcher will try to target the corners as much as possible. This makes it much harder for the batter to get clean connection and leads to an easier out for your team.

Work the Count

Pitchers can throw up to three bad balls before walking a pitcher, in my estimation it’s always useful tot throw in the occasional pitch outside the strike zone to keep the batter guessing, if done well, you can even bait the batter into swinging at a bad pitch which will likely end with you getting them out.

Work on Timing

You HAVE TO perfect the timing of your pitches to make sure they get thrown accurately. Head to the practice zone to work on this as much as you need to get this right. Sloppiness will be punished in the majors, especially against better batters.

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A wrestling fan since the age of 3 and a gamer since even earlier Alex Richards brings lifelong experience and passion for both mediums to his writing. He aims to cover the Joshi wrestling scene and Irish wrestling scene better than anyone else and loves to analyze sales charts over at Last Word On Gaming
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