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Spending 20 Cheer to run improved Drills is well worth the investment.
Careful with personality when choosing player positions-- one example is the Cool Dude which boosts the rate of getting Walks if that character is currently batting, or Old Man who can't run very fast-- which means his running stat won't boost as high.
Just because you chose Live mode to view a game doesn't mean you're stuck in Live mode. You can use the menu to switch to Highlight mode at any time after the first half of the first inning (when your defense comes onto the pitch).
Speaking of starters, Tim Reeves and Louis Mason's fortes will change as the player chose his/her own forte. However, as Perry Yale has the Hardworker personality and due to his above average growth, it's worth for him to be getting into drills along with the player character.
It's worth to use the Attention Seeker skill if you have a lot of fans and if it is worth to beat the opponents. If it is not worth it, replace the skill with something else instead. Also, use the skill to those students who are weak in stats.
If you want an all-region start, start at Grand Lakes (GL). However, it is difficult to start there due to probably facing the Plains (AKY) and Mideast (ME) as the first regions to discover. If you want an easier start, take New England (NE) or Rockies (PL).
It is not recommended to start at Plains (AKY) and Mideast (ME) due to the very hard teams to face, unless you consider training your team from the Starter Teams. If you start at these regions, it is also not recommended to go on the Regional Tournaments unless you are strong enough to take these down or you have enough luck.