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Girls don't play baseball, they play softball. But 15-year-old Ryo Hayakawa is a natural ace pitcher, just about to finish junior high and leave so she can help her widowed mother with the family noodle bar. Instead, Mrs. Himuro, Chairperson of the prestigious Kisaragi High School, persuades Ryo to continue her education by handing her a scholarship. Keiko Himuro plans to take on the male-dominated "hard" sports with an all-girl team, deliberately designed to irritate the snooty and chauvinistic male teachers and staff who think that a girl's education should only aspire to motherhood and housewifery. But sporty girls are competitive by nature, and Ryo is soon butting heads with Izumi Himuro, the prideful, overly competitive daughter of the chairwoman and the school's tennis champion. Despite her initial opposition, Izumi eventually joins the team, adding much-needed batting power. Rivalries soon break out on and off the field, as the girls fight over token boy Hiroki and corporate sponsorship comes attached to corporate scandal. This typical baseball anime in the fashion of H2 was dumped onto satellite TV in the impecunious late 1990s as the post-Evangelion anime TV boom turned into a slump.

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Name Princess Nine
Name: プリンセスナイン如月女子高野球部
Romaji: Purinsesu Nain Kisaragi Joshikō Yakyū-bu
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Start Year 1998
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