Fifteen more images for MLB 2K0 showcase the game's new two-player animations, adjusted batting eye, and progression screens for the My Player career mode, all of which we previewed a couple weeks ago.
The batting view (above) gives a clearer example of how you'll work the count in this year's game. As you can see, it's tipping off what type of pitch (from among fastball, breaking ball, offspeed) and a location, in this case inside. 2K Sports wants the decision to swing to be based on the pitch you're thrown, not some preset urge to cut loose, as is often the case in batting simulations.
MLB 2K10 is out March 2 for Xbox 360, PS3 and Wii.