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Major League Baseball 2K10

Major League Baseball 2K10 (X360) game cover art
Platform: Xbox 360
Tags: Sports, Baseball
Developer: Visual Concepts


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Major League Baseball 2K10 review

Reviewed April 12, 2010

K T says: "When batting, you will have to be patient in identifying pitches, rather than taking a rip at everything thrown. Pitchers often straddle the outer-edge of the strikezone, and a batter caught trying to pull a ball way out there will often tap weak grounders to the pitcher and second baseman."
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