Are you holding down the pitch button until it gets to the bottom of the meter? You have to hold down the button, and once it gets to the bottom let go, and press it again when the line enters the green accuracy zone on the meter. Once you have that down, you have to start working the corners. A fastball high and in/away to start an AB is usually a good idea. I don't think I've ever given up a hit on an approach like that. Second pitch, you can try something off-speed like a low curve/change/knuckle - whichever that pitcher throws especially well. Sliders should move away from the strike zone if you're up in the count (0-2, 1-2), but if it's even 1-1, 2-2, 2-1, then a slider breaking towards the strike zone might get them to leave the pitch hoping for a ball. Try to move pitches around from away-inside, high-low, etc. And mix up speeds a lot. If you're up in the count 0-2, 1-2, then a slider/splitter breaking out of the strikezone, but near a hot zone seems to tempt the hitters more and they chase if it's near a hot zone. The main thing is don't throw mistake pitches, and make sure you're using full effectiveness. Also, once you really get the hang of it, if you try to stop meter just before the end of the green accuracy zone, the pitch will be extremely effective and get batters to chase, as opposed to stopping the meter in the middle of the green accuracy zone. And make sure your relievers get enough time to warm up in the bullpen. If you bring them in early, their stamina won't be great, but gradually improves at about a 5% increase per pitch. A mound visit while a guy is warming up in the 'pen can greatly increase how fast a pitcher gets ready, so that's a good tactic. Any other Q's, just ask.
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