Major, if you have seen or read the previous series, you will know how great this show is for its good characters and good drama that happened in this sport. So a sequel to his son who this time did not inherit his father's talent, sounds interesting. The review of this manga will now be only the first arc and a little of the second. Let's start with the characters: The protagonist Daigo is somewhat atypical in a spokon, since he does not present someone who does not want to enter the baseball, even though he has his motivations to act like that, it is
still irritating and in the end he does not arrive to connect with the reader, because compared to his father Goro, he had better motivations, conflict and charisma. The other is Satou Hikaru who turns out to have a different personality to Hulmide Toshiya, his father. As a character, this is not memorable but fulfills its function of motivating the protagonist to continue playing. The other characters serve to give understanding and learn how to get ahead to the protagonist. That message to try more things and find one that suits your abilities, is what I liked this first arc, and the second arc is ........ repetitive. Here goes my biggest complaint of the series, the second arc does not establish anything interesting so you should keep reading, they are just games that become tired, the new characters are few interesting and sometimes I feel that the fact that be women, be a good excuse to give fanservice. What I can not stand in this sequel is the increase in fanservice that makes the female characters, I feel it is unnecessary. Well that's it, in short this sequel does not surpass much precedent but it is not bad, at least I try to be different, for now I only recommend reading the first arc, I hope the manga improves its failures.