Battery

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Buddy Strike

Buddy Strike

It is said that there is a legendary catcher who can turn any pitcher he forms a battery with into a star. But this catcher requires something in return—the pitcher's soul. That is why the catcher is also known as the Grim Reaper. The pitcher will throw his soul into each pitch until that pitcher dies. But for down-on-his-luck pitcher Ryo Arakami, this may be the deal he was looking for after all!

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Saikyou! Toritsu Aoizaka Koukou Yakyuubu

Saikyou! Toritsu Aoizaka Koukou Yakyuubu

Six years ago, following a crushing defeat, a group of friends promised that they will one day take their friend Suzuo to the Koshien. Now in their first year of high school, the friends have reunited behind the pitcher Kitaro Kitaoji to keep their promise. With Suzuo as their manager and Kitaro's signature left-handed, underhand "Submarine Pitch," they may just go all the way.

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Ace of the Diamond

Ace of the Diamond

Eijun Sawamura had his heart set on the middle-school national baseball championships. But his team is eliminated thanks to a wild pitch thrown by Eijun himself. He’s planning to go to high school with his teammates and try again next year when he’s scouted by the famous Seido High School baseball team. When he goes for a campus visit, he finds himself on the receiving end of a baptism by fire! His experience forming a battery with up-and-coming catcher Miyuki rekindles his passion for baseball!!

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Captain

Captain

A hot-blooded sports comic about the members of a small-time baseball team who, through great effort and practice, develop into a star team. After transferring schools to Sumiya High, protagonist Taniguchi Takeo decides to participate in baseball practice at his new school. He changes into his previous schools's uniform, and the other team members notice that this is the uniform of Aoba Academy, famed for their baseball team. Because of this, they believe that Takeo is an amazing player; however, while he was at Aoba Academy, he was only a lackluster second-string player...!?

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Moshi Koukou Yakyuu no Joshi Manager ga Drucker no "Management" o Yondara

Moshi Koukou Yakyuu no Joshi Manager ga Drucker no "Management" o Yondara

Kawashima Minami, becomes a manager of her high school's baseball team. She's determined to see her team make it to Koshien (the national high school baseball tournament), but the players don't share her enthusiasm. They see the tournament as an unrealistic goal and are content for their club to focus on physical fitness, making friends, and building memories together. To learn more about management, Minami ends up buying "Management: Tasks, Responsibilities, Practices," a book written by Peter Drucker, an Austrian expert on economics and management. She finds that the respected, over 30-year-old text actually gives a lot of information that she can apply to managing her baseball team!

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Ganbare!! Tabuchi-kun!!

Ganbare!! Tabuchi-kun!!

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Hope

Hope

Hikari is an ordinary girl who can always be found in the corner of the classroom, drawing manga. After a fateful encounter, she dashes toward her dream! The girls’ battle begins now--through manga.

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Yagiza no Yuujin

Yagiza no Yuujin

"The world is not going to give anyone any help. So I chose this path. In order to survive." One event, two teenagers. Before they make their decision, what awaits them in their future?

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Ijimeru Yabai Yatsu

Ijimeru Yabai Yatsu

Nakajima was ruling over the class as a "bully." The subject of bullying is a fragile girl, Shirasaki-san. Going as far as violence, every day was horrible. Everyone in the class pretends to not see it. If they stop, then they will be the next target. Nakajima performs "bullying" as if possessed. It was clear that something was wrong. Why does he do such brutal acts? The reality is terrible—

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Juuni-banme no Tenshi

Juuni-banme no Tenshi

After the sudden death of his wife and child, John Harding spirals into despair. Deprived of his motivation to live, his attempt at suicide is unexpectedly interrupted by the arrival of a friend who wants him to coach the town's Little League team. Can John restore meaning to his life?

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