MLB Perfect Inning 23 Players Guide with Tips

A guide to Manage players!

The MLB Perfect Inning franchise from Com2uS has added another sequel recently, and the MLB Perfect Inning 23 might a perfect one for the year. The game offers a brand-new, pocket-sized baseball experience that uses cutting-edge 3D visuals to add depth and visual realism. With the recent launch, users might be immensely helped if there are explanations regarding the players and their roles, attributes, and more. So to help players in this regard, we have come up with this MLB Perfect Inning 23 Players Guide with Tips with some tips and tricks.

General Overview of Players

MLB Perfect Inning 23 has plenty of players available to play for your roster, and thanks to this, users can form a very competitive team without many difficulties. It is always important to know whether your team’s players are balanced and that you have the crucial ones in your squad when playing.

Signing Players

Packs and the special offer shop are used to recruit players. There are many packs that can produce a number of star players, with the upper tier of Platinum players being the best of the bunch. Before recruiting, players must take note of the tradable and untradable packs.

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Another way of recruitment is by using the Player Market. You can search for the top picks in the game while also listing your boys as well. Most players in the market are highly-priced, so you need to be looking for a cheap yet good addition to your squad.

The market is very flexible when it comes to purchasing players, but the same cannot be said while selling. The restrictions on the untradable players, while most of the packs fall under the category, will be difficult, so you need to open packs where you get good pulls and also have them listed.

Team Deck

Even though you are creating or recruiting players from different clubs, there will still be an affiliation of the player with the team he plays in real-life. This is where Team Deck helps in boosting players, where players can apply a boost to their current roster be it for the batters or pitchers.

To satisfy the conditions, players can check the Team Deck effects in the Manage Team section, and apply the highest boost possible.

Upgrading Players

Upgrading in the game is directed towards the training, boost, and potential of the players. There are no restrictions for training, as long as you have training points. Player Boosting requires a player of the same tier. Remember, once boosted, the value of the player will change when you list him in the transfer market.

Training in MLB Perfect Inning
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The Potential is another way of boosting players. With this, the OVR of the players can increase, hence giving them a stat boost. This can be unlocked after players reach level 10 and above. Overall, the training attributes need to be looked at if you want high upgrades on your players.

Roles of Batters and Pitchers

In this section, we shall discuss the batters and pitchers along with their roles and attributes.


A batter in baseball is a player who stands in the batter’s box and uses their baseball bat to try to hit the ball thrown by the pitcher. Each team’s lineup has nine batters, with each hitter receiving three to five plate appearances in a typical nine-inning game. 

Pitchers in MLB
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In MLB Perfect Inning 23, the performance of the batter is defined by his attributes. Here are the descriptions for the batting attributes.

ContactCNTThe measure of the hitter’s ability to contact the ball perfectly while batting vs the pitcher.
PowerPWRThe measure of a player’s throwing stats.
EyeEYEPlayer’s eye on the ball and concentration. Only effects in simulation.
FieldingFLDThe rating of how well a player performs while fielding.
DefenseSBAbility to do advances by taking a base to which he isn’t entitled.
ThrowTHRThe measure of player’s throwing stats.


Batters in MLB
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To begin each play, the pitcher throws the baseball from the pitcher’s mound to the catcher with the purpose of dismissing a batter who attempts to make contact with the pitched ball or draw a walk.

CommandCMDThe measure of the pitcher’s accuracy to pitch within the strike-zone.
StaminaSTMThe measure of the pitcher’s max stamina.
BreakBRKThe measure of the pitcher’s accuracy to pitch within the strike zone.
ConfidenceCFDThe confidence level of the pitcher. Higher Confidence means less stamina depletion.
StuffSTFAffects how hittable the player’s pitches are, or the success rate of pitches.
RecoveryRCVHow fast the pitcher recovers stamina between games

While pitching, there are terminologies that you get to see. So, better take note of this once so that once you are familiar, you can easily get to understand it before pitching. The descriptions of the same are given as follows.

Pitch TypeAbbreviationDescription
Two-seam fastball2FBCombines the general speed of a fastball with the movement trajectory of a screwball.
Four-seam fastball4FBThe hardest (fastest) ball thrown by a pitcher. A two-seam fastball is often a few ticks slower than a four-seam fastball, but it tends to have more movement.
CutterCUTType of fastball that breaks toward the pitcher’s glove-hand side, as it reaches the home plate.
SliderSLDBreaking ball pitch that is thrown with less speed than a fastball but greater than the pitcher’s curveball.
CurveCRVType of pitch is thrown with a characteristic grip and hand movement that imparts forward spin to the ball, however, causing it to dive as it approaches the plate.
SplitterSPLOff-speed pitch in baseball that looks to the batter like a fastball until it drops suddenly.
Change-upCHGA staple off-speed pitch, usually thrown to look like a fastball but arriving much more slowly to the plate.

These can be practiced once you start the season. Most of the time, you may be puzzled about what to throw, so verify your pitcher’s finest attribute and then proceed.

Tips and tricks to remember

Here are some tips and tricks to remember while managing players.

  • The Advanced Search will allow you to filter players of your choice in the market. If you feel you need a filler in your roster for a position, you can filter him from his position. For better picks, you can sort by his OVR, and then compare stats with other players.
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  • Instead of manually training the players one at a time, users can opt-in for multiple training attempts. Do follow this if you are sure about a player getting the training. For an extremely successful attempt, you need to spend diamonds.
  • Release the extra unwanted players from your roster. Since the roster expansion needs diamonds, it is better you keep only the Gold and Platinum tier players initially, while you expand for more players. This way, you can earn extra training points too.
  • Use the option to set up an Auto Lineup for your squad. This way you can select players who suit you the best and also boost the team.
  • Always open free rewards from the shop. Find the free player pack with a daily limit that is actually good for collecting players or converting them as trainers.

That’s all for the players’ guide. For any queries, you can always drop a comment below.

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