Andersen often stops by the Miyuki Match Collection (, Miyuki Shin-Kan) shop on weekday mornings. Andersen collects mementos and others from the matches he watched as a youth and keeps them in the shop. The shop offers some interesting pieces that one can’t find elsewhere. However, visitors can’t see the items under protective screens. However, Andersen and Miyuki carry on, despite a heavy rain outside. Since Miyuki has a memory of a match, Andersen can discuss what just happened. Miyuki listens patiently to the stories about the ancient baseball gods, past greats and more. In the end, Miyuki takes off and suddenly it’s still raining.
A record of Miyuki’s matches is almost complete. It’s not quite sure how many matches are left to go, however. A notable record that Miyuki got for a large number of matches is that the opponent from Nagoya only threw fastballs during the match. Miyuki is rather good at hitting, but he was thrown out by a fastball. His response to the question is that he just felt something inside, he lost balance and fell down in the field. In his attempt to start running, he was injured and injured again and finally had to leave the game.
After taking some time to focus on his future and rest his body, Miyuki went back to training camp with the 3rd-grade team at the first-grade section. During this break, Miyuki kept a record of matches by himself. He got a pretty good hit ratio and he needs to revise the record by hand.
Losing to a team on the second place in the league table after winning a best-of-five series is a devastating blow for the Japanese team. Following the trip to England, Seidou are at a difficult phase and the team are facing fierce opponents in the Central League. Then, following the match, Sawamura is injured and Tachikawa has a physical confrontation with the coach. Then, when Seidou lose the next match against the Takayasus Artery League’s Ryukoku, the team decide to rest Tachikawa and Sawamura. On top of that, the Ryukoku players urge Tachikawa to get back to the main side after the final match of the trip.
The main side and Ryukoku reach the finals. Even after the bad season, the main side’s high quality potential have awakened. Kyokuro can hit a ball well over the outfield even though he’s got bad eyesight. Kasai and Monde can dash away from base during an extra bases practice, making him the only player of the three who’s able to catch others.
The Ryukoku matches well but Kyokuro blunders on the first pitch in the final inning. The pressure is all on him now, but Kasai flies out and so does Monde. When Kyokuro hits his ball on a 3-2 count, the ball bounces and hits her tights. When she runs to the fence, the ball hits her head. The team are getting closer. A single and a walk would be enough but, as she stands there in the outfield grass, he hits his ball in the air and it falls in for strike three.
It turns out that the players have made a mistake. The outfield wall has an arcade-like game on top of it. If you stick one of their home run balls on the game, a pinfall system whirs in and the match goes into a draw.
On the day of the graduation ceremony, after the end of the season, the members of Seidou are told that the coach of Teito who is sick will not make it to their match. Miyuki decides that it is Seidou’s opportunity to try it out and asked the coach of Teito High to tell the opposing high school to raise the bottom part of the pitcher’s mask instead of the top, since Seidou’s topside batters have been struggling with their swings against the new pitcher. Seidou enjoys the win because Furuya had caused his opponents to lose heart. The students head off to their summer training camps while the seniors do their summer training. Miyuki makes a bet with Sawamura to see who would lose the most weight. Furuya wins by over 50 lbs.