|This article is about a/an episode in Battle Fever J.|
A Mystery! Strategic Grass-Lot Baseball (怪! 謀略の草野球 Kai! Bōryaku no Kusayakyū) is the forty-seventh episode of Battle Fever J.
Maria investigates left-handed sports players who suddenly become superhuman as part of Egos' manipulations.
A baseball pitcher, Horiuchi Yutaka, who previously had no exceptional talent, begins pitching spectacularly fast balls (in excess of 200 km/h). He appears to be among a number of left-handed athletes who suddenly gained fantastic athletic prowess overnight. Suspicous, Battle Fever begins to investigate. However, when Maria questions Yutaka, he is offended at the notion that the abilities are not his own. But, his children Minoru and Kimiko, remember that his prowess suddenly appeared after playing in an arcade, particularly a left-handed arm-wrestling machine. Maria investigates the machine, and discovers that an Egos kaijin is actually hidden inside, granting people athletic powers for some mysterious purpose. Egos then subliminally sends a message to all their athletes to join the World Peace Convention Sports Rally. As Battle Fever investigates, they realize the athletes would be in a perfect position to attack the dignitaries at the convention. Minoru and Kimiko try to convince Yutaka that he is being manipulated, but he doesn’t believe them. Maria then challenges Yutaka, figuring that if a woman can hit his fantastic fast ball, he will listen to reason. So Tetsuzan Shogun, equating baseball with kendo, trains Maria in swordsmanship. With her training, she actually his his 200 km/h fastball out of the field, and lures out the kaijin.
- Masao Den (伝正夫 Den Masao): Kouki Tanioka (谷岡弘規 Tanioka Kōki)
- Makoto Jin (神 誠 Jin Makoto): Daisuke Ban (伴大介 Ban Daisuke)
- Kyousuke Shida (志田 京介 Shida Kyōsuke): Yuuhei Kurachi (倉知 雄平 Kurachi Yūhei)
- Shirou Akebono (曙四郎 Akebono Shirō): Kenji Ohba (大葉 健二 Ōba Kenji)
- Maria Nagisa (汀マリア Nagisa Maria): Naomi Hagi (萩奈穂美 Hagi Naomi)
- General Tetsuzan Kurama (倉間鉄山 Kurama Tetsuzan): Chiyonosuke Azuma (東千代之介 Azuma Chiyonosuke)
- Keiko Nakahara (中原ケイコ Nakahara Keiko): Noriko Hidaka (日高 のり子 Hidaka Noriko)
- Tomoko Ueno (上野トモコ Ueno Tomoko): Keiko Kanno (菅野啓子 Kanno Keiko)
- Masaru Nakahara (中原マサル Nakahara Masaru): Takumi Sato (佐藤たくみ Satō Takumi)
- Commander Hedder (ヘッダー指揮官 Heddā Shikikan): Masashi Ishibashi (石橋雅史 Ishibashi Masashi)
- Salomé (サロメ Sarome): Maki Ueda (マキ上田)
- Satan Egos (サタンエゴス Satan Egosu, Voice): Shōzō Iizuka (飯塚 昭三 Iizuka Shōzō)
- Left Hand Monster (ヒダリテ怪人 Hidarite Kaijin, Voice): Hiroshi Masuoka (増岡 弘 Masuoka Hiroshi)
- Yutaka Horiuchi (堀内豊 Horiuchi Yutaka): Toshiyasu Hiyoshi (日吉としやす Hiyoshi Toshiyasu)
- Minoru Horiuchi (堀内実 Horiuchi Minoru): Satoshi Shono (庄野聡 Shono Satoshi)
- Kimiko Horiuchi (堀内君子 Horiuchi Kimiko): Tomoko Nakajima (中嶋朋子 Nakajima Tomoko)
- Coach: Rikiya Iwaki (岩城力也 Iwaki Rikiya)
- Battle Japan: Kazuo Niibori
- Battle Cossack: Hirofumi Koga
- Battle France: Haruhiko Hashimoto
- Battle Kenya: Tsutomu Kitagawa
- Miss America: Eiko Onodera
Battle Fever J Volume 5 features episodes 44-52.