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PYS5 - Difference between "Power Hitter" and "Ar

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PYS5 - Difference between "Power Hitter" and "Ar
The explanations of each in Japanese are virtually idential (there's one or two extra kanji in one of them) and I can't figure out what it is, and looks like it has something to do with how the ball carries?
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Re: PYS5 - Difference between "Power Hitter" and
[ Author: 20X6!! | Posted: Jul 30, 2008 5:14 AM | FSH Fan ]

Just to clarify, I'm asking about the difference between "Power HItter" and "Artist" - that didn't make it through the title
Re: PYS5 - Difference between "Power Hitter&qu
[ Author: BigManZam | Posted: Aug 4, 2008 6:45 PM | CLM Fan ]

Difference is Power Hitter makes it so it's a lot easier for you to hit the ball off the sweet part of the bat while in power batting. Should be reserved for 35+ homer guys. I think it's more like a 45+ homer thing, but that's just me. Artist or Archist, on the other hand, means you're an uppercut hitter who routinely pops the ball up because you're trying to lift it into the seats.

Power Hitter=elite sluggers
Archist=One-dimensional free swingers
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