elect Pete Wheeler to be on your team. When he is at the plate, have him bunt.
If it is a fair ball, he will get on base about 99% of the time. You can then
easily steal bases with him.
Hit a ball on a fly out of view in left or right field in fair territory in any
stadium, and it will be counted as a homerun. Information in this section was
contributed by Jmazz1088. At Steele Stadium, hit the ball on the shack in center
field and it will be counted as a homerun.
Easy ground rule double
Hit a ball on bounce out of view in left or right field in fair territory in any
stadium, and it will be counted as a ground rule double.
Easy strike outs
Before you throw a pitch, click on it and watch the pitcher. If the pitcher nods
his head yes, throw the pitch and it should be a strike. If the pitcher shakes
his head no, do not throw that ball and find a different pitch. Continue to
throw pitches that the pitcher nods "yes" to until the batter is struck out.
Note: This trick works most, but not all, of the time. Information in this
section was contributed by Redeemer47. In the middle of any game, your pitcher
will naturally start to lose juice. However, you do not have to change pitchers.
Try to throw strikes as much as possible until you have absolutely no juice
remaining. You will not be able to see any red in the straw. Obviously the pitch
target will now be very large. Choose any pitch. Aim the pitch directly for the
kid's head. The ball should be on his head or very close to it. Click to throw
the pitch, and even if the shaded region is not in the strike zone, the ball
will still be a strike.
Barry Bonds walks out of park
Go to a single mode game. Play at Steele Stadium (the park with the shed) and
have Barry Bonds on your team. Put Barry Bonds in left field. Then,
intentionally allow the batter on the other team to hit and throw it to Barry
Bonds. Make Barry Bonds go up to the fence, then click out of the park
repeatedly. Also try the same thing where the fence and the bushes meet. If done
correctly, Barry Bonds should walk out of the park.
Good days and bad days
When you look at pictures of players in the background, it will be different
colors. These colors are blue, orange, and green. When the background of a
player is blue, that player is going to have a bad day. When the background of a
player is orange, that player is going to have a great day. When a player's
background is green, that player is going to have an average day.
Restart the game
You can get your player off the blue days when he/she doesn't play very well by
restarting the game. In some cases you will have to do it a few times when you
come to the screen where they show the health level of the players. If the above
is done correctly, eventually the health level of each player on your team would
be at par if not better.