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Sep 24, 2015 8:23 AM
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A great episode by Diamond no ace standards. If only they stop putting flashbacks after every scene. Had to wait for a long time for our MC to be useful but it was worth it, i suppose.
 
Sep 24, 2015 10:21 PM
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Finally some justice for Sawamura!!! SO happy ^-^
 
Sep 25, 2015 4:19 AM

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Well... Ochiai.. In YOUR FACE!!!
Wamuura lol.. If we look back, kanemaru also grown so much to the point that i almost forgot that he was such a whiny brat

And dont be surprised, in term of talent alone, sawamura might be better than furuya, that's what shogun said when the series still new
these guys said " i want to go to heaven ". they didn't even realise their action is leading them to hell.
 
Sep 25, 2015 8:15 AM
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ShoRYUUUken said:
Fucking glorious!!! As great as it is to see Sawamura dominate, I feel so bad for Kawakami. The dude hasn't pitched in like three games now. He's slowly getting edged out. Give the bro some game time coach!!!

I agree!
 
Sep 25, 2015 10:47 AM

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When you see Haruicchi's eye, you know things are going down!
This episode was awesome, even if I watched it super late. I can't stop screaming when Sawamura pulled off that three strikeouts in a row. This frame says it all, and that smoke from Miyuki's glove.



Haruicchi and Kuramochi's play was epic too! This team is really the best! Hope Furuya doesn't do any regretful in the future.
 
Sep 26, 2015 9:15 AM

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YES! YES! YES! YES! Eijun is so damn awesome in this episode and when the crowd is yelling his chant, I can't help but replay it many many times. Ahhh I'm so happy for Eijun >< I almost cried.

"Let me keep believing... so that I can keep on living."
 
Sep 26, 2015 10:40 AM

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I feel bad for people who never watched Dia no Ace ;_; They have no idea what they're missing ;_;
 
Sep 26, 2015 1:35 PM

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yosh! yosh! yosh!
i have been waiting for sawamura new style !!
so excited for next episodes !!
 
Sep 26, 2015 4:01 PM

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did sawamura only used one type of grip when he pitched change ups?
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Sep 27, 2015 4:10 PM

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Kurokokoy said:
did sawamura only used one type of grip when he pitched change ups?

He used a combination of the palm ball and circle changeup. His palm ball is the one that looks like it breaks down and away from a right-handed batter (though it does more of the latter). His circle changeup slows down more and breaks down/away from a right-hander too (though it breaks more down than away).
 
Sep 28, 2015 11:53 PM

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YES YES YESSS! So proud of Sawamura and Seido!

I cried three times this episode, once when Sawamura first used his change up, once when they won, and then again when Go-chan cried.

Onto ep 26!

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watch nodame cantabile

recommend me anything!
 
Sep 29, 2015 1:38 AM

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R2D3 said:
This ep had so much going for it:
Eijun prooving that he gunna take that ace spot one day XD
Haruichi proving he gat the skills for a wooden bat and shoving it in Ochais face :3
and showing that he can fill big bro Ryo's shoes.
Pretty much this.Lol at Ochiai sweating and remembering what he said to Harucchi after he scored that homerun.

I understand Furuya is threatened by Eijun with him vying for his ace position and all but damn,it seemed as if he was more pissed/jealous at Eijun for doing well on the mound and less elated about the fact that Eijun's pitching was helping them win.
 
Sep 29, 2015 5:37 PM

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YOSH YOSH YOSH

Sawamura did it!
"A life that lives without doing anything is the same as a slow death" -Lelouch Vi Brittania
 
Oct 19, 2015 5:32 PM
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Osu! Osu! Osu! Sawamura with the feels this episode :) Now take that ace position!

I love the change up animation. On to the semifinals!
 
Mar 10, 2016 7:01 AM
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R4vel said:
In addition to the really satisfying conclusion, that Haru and Kuramochi duo showing their capability really made me happy.

Unfortunate for team was sacrificed for Sawamura's breaking ball haha.


talk about digging shit up from the grave but I really couldn't ignore your last sentence. Please correct me if I've misinterpreted, but I don't believe the team was sacrificed for Sawamura's case as he was able to 1) show that he could somewhat competently throw the changeup while he was at the bullpen and 2) was told before the game, to only use it when they were in the lead.

I believe this situation is different to sacrificing team for Furuya as everyone at that point in time knew that he had a weak early game and still needs to work on his stamina(roll). This game was different. Despite giving up two runs in the first inning, Sawamura did not concede anymore runs from the second inning. Sawamura being able to throw the changeup showed that he is starting to grow into a reliable pitcher and step up as a potential candidate for the ace position. If he had failed then, I think he would've been subbed out because no one single player is worth more than the team.

Just my two cents. Awesome episode overall and Sawamura is definitely giving Furuya a run for his money. Their battle for the ace number is starting now!

ps. understandably, Sawamura's chant can be a bit hard to hear. But going by what the animators have put on-screen, he's saying "おーし!おし!おし!(ooshi! oshi! oshi!)" with the "shi" pronounced more as a "sh". Now, may we all chant with confidence with Sawamura
 
Mar 11, 2016 1:06 AM

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TeriyakiNinja007 said:
R4vel said:
In addition to the really satisfying conclusion, that Haru and Kuramochi duo showing their capability really made me happy.

Unfortunate for team was sacrificed for Sawamura's breaking ball haha.


talk about digging shit up from the grave but I really couldn't ignore your last sentence. Please correct me if I've misinterpreted, but I don't believe the team was sacrificed for Sawamura's case as he was able to 1) show that he could somewhat competently throw the changeup while he was at the bullpen and 2) was told before the game, to only use it when they were in the lead.

I believe this situation is different to sacrificing team for Furuya as everyone at that point in time knew that he had a weak early game and still needs to work on his stamina(roll). This game was different. Despite giving up two runs in the first inning, Sawamura did not concede anymore runs from the second inning. Sawamura being able to throw the changeup showed that he is starting to grow into a reliable pitcher and step up as a potential candidate for the ace position. If he had failed then, I think he would've been subbed out because no one single player is worth more than the team.

Just my two cents. Awesome episode overall and Sawamura is definitely giving Furuya a run for his money. Their battle for the ace number is starting now!

ps. understandably, Sawamura's chant can be a bit hard to hear. But going by what the animators have put on-screen, he's saying "おーし!おし!おし!(ooshi! oshi! oshi!)" with the "shi" pronounced more as a "sh". Now, may we all chant with confidence with Sawamura
Watched a bit of the episode today, and from what I can remember this is the first match Sawamura used breaking ball.
So basically to me it felt like the opposing team in this match (I think Onoya or something) was sacrificed/lost just for the sake of showing Sawamura's growth
Hopefully I got my message across properly, excuse my grammatical mistakes.
 
Mar 11, 2016 1:17 AM
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R4vel said:
TeriyakiNinja007 said:


talk about digging shit up from the grave but I really couldn't ignore your last sentence. Please correct me if I've misinterpreted, but I don't believe the team was sacrificed for Sawamura's case as he was able to 1) show that he could somewhat competently throw the changeup while he was at the bullpen and 2) was told before the game, to only use it when they were in the lead.

I believe this situation is different to sacrificing team for Furuya as everyone at that point in time knew that he had a weak early game and still needs to work on his stamina(roll). This game was different. Despite giving up two runs in the first inning, Sawamura did not concede anymore runs from the second inning. Sawamura being able to throw the changeup showed that he is starting to grow into a reliable pitcher and step up as a potential candidate for the ace position. If he had failed then, I think he would've been subbed out because no one single player is worth more than the team.

Just my two cents. Awesome episode overall and Sawamura is definitely giving Furuya a run for his money. Their battle for the ace number is starting now!

ps. understandably, Sawamura's chant can be a bit hard to hear. But going by what the animators have put on-screen, he's saying "おーし!おし!おし!(ooshi! oshi! oshi!)" with the "shi" pronounced more as a "sh". Now, may we all chant with confidence with Sawamura
Watched a bit of the episode today, and from what I can remember this is the first match Sawamura used breaking ball.
So basically to me it felt like the opposing team in this match (I think Onoya or something) was sacrificed/lost just for the sake of showing Sawamura's growth
Hopefully I got my message across properly, excuse my grammatical mistakes.


Ahh! That's what you meant! I totally understand now :) and yea, gotta agree with you there then >< the opposing team put up a good fight though considering they were a public school that is heavily focused on academics. Legit, kudos to them for getting to the quarter finals despite not having the facilities and time for baseball like Seido. It was really great to see how they were able to think plays by being creative/adaptive :) thanks again for clearing that up! Now to watch the next episode xD
 
Apr 16, 2016 1:57 AM

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OMG o_O I can't believe what I'm seeing ... Sawamura really improved a lot and became reliable. He also pitched the all game, Way to go, man! This is what I've been waiting for so long, a perfect (well, almost) game from Sawamura. Really tired of Furuya and all the attention around him, when the protagonist is Sawamura. Also, in the previous game, with all that talk from Sawamura about Furuya being the ace made me think the show was going down, but now, this game changed my mind. Can't wait for the next game!
 
Jan 15, 2017 10:49 PM

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This Oya match wasn't bad, I actually sorta started liking Oya including Go-chan and dam glad the Sergeant got proved wrong when all the players he called bad, played super good.
 
Sep 21, 2018 8:30 AM

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Eijun is really dominating with that new change up. Even the crowd was repeating his chant!

That home run tho!
 
Oct 6, 2018 2:40 AM

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Don´t cry Wakayashi! kekeke


Hello, my litte boy!


 
Jan 11, 12:22 PM

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Great episode, they made it without Furuya, Seidou is on a roll.

But I always feel bad for the opponents.
Kokoro did nothing wrong.

 
Mar 26, 6:08 PM

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My favorite episode of the season so far *_*
 
Apr 7, 4:22 PM

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I think it was the first time we saw Haruichi's eye. No wonder he hit a home run as he could see it properly, jk. He really did well here.

What a great episode overall. Eijun owned the game like a boss!


 
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