How To Pitch In Wii Baseball – The Right Way!

Pitching in Wii baseball is not as easy as it may seem. If you want to know how to pitch in Wii baseball the right way, check out this blog post!


It seems like everyone is playing Wii these days. And why wouldn’t they be? It’s a great way to get some exercise without having to go to the gym, and it’s also a lot of fun. One of the most popular games on the Wii is baseball. And one of the most popular activities in baseball is pitching. So how do you pitch in Wii baseball? Read on to find out!

Pitching Mechanics

Good pitching mechanics are essential for any pitcher who wants to be successful on the mound. There are a few key points that all pitchers should keep in mind when pitching. First, the pitcher should have a strong foundation and be able to control his or her body. Second, the pitcher should have a good arm action and follow through. Third, the pitcher should have a good release point. Let’s take a more in-depth look at each of these key points.

The Grip

There are a couple different ways to grip a baseball when pitching, but the two most common grips are the four-seam fastball grip and the two-seam fastball grip. The four-seam fastball is gripped with the middle and index fingers across the four seams of the baseball. The two-seam fastball is gripped with the index and middle fingers parallel to each other along the seems.

The next thing to think about is how you hold the ball in your hand. For both of these grips, you want to hold the ball in the tips of your fingers and not in your palm. This may feel awkward at first, but it will give you more control over the ball.

Once you have your grip, you need to cock your wrist behind the ball. This puts spin on the ball and makes it travel further and faster. If you don’t cock your wrist, the ball will just sort of float up to the plate without much speed or movement.

The Stance

You can use any one of a number of different stances when pitching, but the most important thing is to be comfortable and have a good foundation. Some people like to stand with their feet parallel, while others prefer to stagger their stance (one foot in front of the other). The most important thing is that your weight is balanced and you feel stable.

Once you have your stance, bring the ball up to your chest with your glove hand and rest your throwing hand on top of the ball. cocking your elbow so that your hand is in line with your shoulder.

The Windup

In baseball, there are two types of pitching motions- the windup and the stretch. The windup is when the pitcher takes a step back with his non-pitching arm before coming forward to pitch the ball. The stretch is when the pitcher begins his pitching motion from the set position without taking a step back first.

The main reason for using a windup is to generate additional velocity on the ball. When pitchers take that step back, it allows them to generate more momentum and use their body weight more effectively to power through their pitch. In addition, the windup can help disguise a pitcher’s intentions to the batter. Pitching from the stretch position makes it more difficult to throw off-speed pitches and breaking balls because there is less time for the pitchers arm to speed up or slow down. As a result, most pitchers use the windup when they are trying to fool batters with different types of pitches.

There are some drawbacks to using a windup though. One is that it can take longer for the pitcher to deliver the ball to home plate, which means that runners on base have more time to steal or advance on wild pitches/passed balls. In addition, starting from a standstill can be harder on a pitcher’s arm than starting from a moving position. As a result, many pitchers only use the windup when they need extra velocity or deception and otherwise stick to pitching from the stretch.

The Release

The release is the final stage of the pitching motion in Wii baseball, and perhaps the most important. A proper release will result in increased control, velocity, and accuracy. Here are some tips on how to properly release the ball:

1. As you come to the top of your pitching motion, snap your wrist downward and release the button.
2. The timing of the release is important – you want to release the ball at the height of your pitching motion, just as your arm is coming forward. This will result in maximum velocity and control.
3. Follow through with your arm after you release the ball – don’t just stop at the release point. This will help you generate more power and avoid injuries.

Pitching Tips

Pitching in Wii baseball is not at all like real pitching. In real baseball, you have to put in a lot of effort to get the ball to go where you want it to go. With Wii baseball, however, you can just sit back and fling the ball as hard as you can and it will go exactly where you want it to.


One of the most important aspects of pitching in Wii baseball is your location. Pitching from the center of the rubber will give you the most control over your pitches, so that’s where you should start. As you get more comfortable with pitching, you can experiment with different locations on the rubber to see what works best for you. Just remember that the further away from the center of the rubyou pitch, the less control you’ll have.


Pitching in Wii Baseball is not as simple as just throwing the ball. You have to time your throw correctly and put some spin on the ball to make it curve. Getting the movement down is the key to pitching well in Wii baseball.

There are two ways to pitch in Wii baseball. You can either use the Wii remote by itself or you can use the Wii remote and the nunchuk attachment. If you are using the Wii remote by itself, you will hold it like a real baseball and throw it like a real baseball. If you are using the Wii remote and nunchuk, you will hold the Wii remote in your right hand and the nunchuk in your left hand. To pitch, you will press the A button on the Wii remote and then make a throwing motion with your arm.

When you are pitching, it is important to time your throw correctly. If you release the ball too early, it will go high and outside of the strike zone. If you release the ball too late, it will go low and inside of the strike zone. You need to release the ball when the pitcher’s arm is at an angle of about 45 degrees. This will put the ball in the middle of the strike zone.

It is also important to put some spin on the ball when you pitch. If you just throw it without any spin, it will go straight and will be easy for hitters to hit. To put spin on the ball, you need to tiltthe Wii remote up or down when you releasethe ball. Tilttingthe Wii remote up will makethe ball curve upand out ofthe strike zone while tiltingit downwill makeit curve downand into
the strikezone – perfect for striking out batters!


One thing you must always remember is that you need to be careful not to put too much of your body into the pitch. These types of pitches are very easy to lose control of. Just by adding a little bit extra oomph to the throw, you can increase your chances for a wild pitch or a hit batsman. In addition, when you do put your body into the pitch, make sure that you follow through with your throw. This will give you more power and accuracy behind the ball.


Now that you know all the ins and outs of pitching in Wii baseball, you should be well on your way to becoming the next big thing in the world of competitive video gaming! Just remember to keep practicing and perfecting your technique, and always stay humble – even the pros get strikeouts sometimes.

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