"Aren't you supposed to be good with pitchers who has good control?"
"You try hitting that right off the bat."
"You're just sulking that he went to Komadai instead of pitching for you."
(—in which Eijun didn't go to Seidou, Miyuki is honestly surprised and Kuramochi suffers.)
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Seidou’s battery: Miyuki Kazuya (catcher) and Sawamura Eijun (pitcher) reunites during the pro leagues! Being drafted to Miyuki’s pro league team, the Hiroshima Carp, seems like we’re going to see the fearsome battery take the pro leagues by storm! #NPBDraft #MisawaBattery
Read about Seidou’s battery here: https://www.baseballmonthlykingdom.jp/seidou-battery/miyuki-kazuya-and-sawamura-eijun...
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- Part 1 of breaking the internet
Sawamura Eijun wakes up in a VVIP hospital room to find he's lost six years worth of memories. His childhood friend and evil cheetah senpai are married, he's playing for the national baseball team, and he's staying with Miyuki Kazuya?! It's a race against time to see whether he can regain his memories in two months before the next match.
(And find love of course lmao)
Now marked M for chapter 8.
Note: Chapter 9 is a short special for 0218, Miyusawa Day.
Some say laughter is the cure for everything, but they obviously never heard Miyuki laugh...
- Part 1 of The Trajectory of Laughter
“You can’t plan my murder while I’m still here!”
“Says me and every other detective novel out there!”
Kuramochi prays for strength. “Can we get back to the topic at hand? Please? I’d rather not let this fool go around and tell other students that we’re in cahoots.”
Wherein Miyuki Kazuya constantly steals Kuramochi Youichi's bed, living space, and mooches off his food.
Taken in by the Miyuki family at a young age, Eijun grows up at the royal court of Seidou without any recollection of his actual origins. But intrigue is brewing and while struggling with his omega nature and dealing with that thing between him and the crown prince, he soon has to learn that not everything is as it seems. Well, it’s not like he has enough on his plate already.
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24 Jul 2019
Sawamura Eijun's been away from the baseball scene for years due to a serious injury, and after many rigorous rehab sessions, he's finally ready to regain his footing in the world of university baseball. But it can be hard to fit in when you're transferring in as a second year and have to deal with the issues of being an athlete with a prosthetic leg.
Bookmarked by seishioka
27 Mar 2019