In this post, we are going to talk about Diamond no Ace Act II Chapter 213 update, spoilers, and recap from the latest chapter. Mochi with Haruichi is up to bat looking to destroy their opponents. Mochi also prepares to improve on base with his running. Meanwhile, Seidou is aiming for a counter-attack.
Unfortunately, the spoilers for Diamond no Ace Act II Chapter 213 are not yet released as of now. We will bring you updates as soon as we get them as they are usually released 2-3 days before new chapters. So, make sure to regularly visit our site for the latest updates.
Diamond no Ace Act II Chapter 213 update and Updates
Diamond no Ace Act II Chapter 213 will be released on 28 May 2020. This Manga runs on a weekly schedule meaning that new chapters are released once every week and are 7 days apart Diamond no Ace Act II Chapter 212 was released on 21 May 2020, so this makes Chapter 213 to be released by Thursday. Make sure to visit our site regularly as we will bring you more updates as soon as a new chapter is released.
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Previously on Diamond no Ace Act II Chapter 212
Furuya tries to grab Nagira’s hit that is passing through him but it couldn’t. The 3rd base runner quickly scores to make the game tied. The ball went through to the first and second base gaps. Haruichi grabbed the ball on the run and passed it to Mochi and then Mochi threw to 1st resulting in a 4-6-3 Double Play. The audiences are more excited about Haruichi’s nice play instead of the game being tied. Two are out they are now facing the six batter Miyuki went for all fastballs and Furuya struck out the batter, ending the inning.
Miyuki asked Furuya how he felt when he called for 4 times Splitter on a row to Nagira, he just answered the call with his pitching trusting that if the batter were to send the ball flying, the teammates at the back would take care of it for him. Miyuki thought although he was going to walk Nagira if the count gets unfavorable, Furuya did well responding to his lead. Mochi connects and legged out a single at the bottom of the 6th.