He was a batting-practice robot for a stadium before he malfunctioned due to Roboenza. In one incident, he purposely hit a batter that he disliked with a very powerful fastball, sending him to the hospital. He also gets upset when he gives up too many hits. 
Strike Man starts off by throwing a Rebound Striker at the player while rolling and bouncing around.
On Hard Mode, Strike Man has a new attack in which he jumps to the middle of the room and begins to spin around, tossing four Rebound Strikers at a time. Once he lands, he is dizzy for a brief moment.
Damage Data Chart
Displays the amount of damage in units that Strike Man will receive from each Special Weapon in Mega Man 10.
|Mega Man 10|
|Mega Buster||Proto Buster||Triple Blade||Water Shield||Commando Bomb||Chill Spike||Thunder Wool||Rebound Striker||Wheel Cutter||Solar Blaze||Mirror Buster||Screw Crusher||Ballade Cracker|
- *For Proto Buster, the first is normal hit; the second is charged up.
Enemies that appears in Strike Man's stage.
- The Keeper
- Cargou Q
- Mecha Pitchan
- Arigock G (Hard Mode only)
- Swallowegg (Hard Mode only)
Strike Man appeared during the Worlds Collide crossover arc between Archie's Sonic the Hedgehog, Sonic Universe, and Mega Man comic series in StH #250. During the Robot Master battle, Sonic managed to dodge a thrown ball by Strike Man, and gave the robot a look of disbelief that it was the best he could utilize against him, with Strike Man looking down in shame in response.
- Strike Man is the third Robot Master to perform an attack involving turning into a ball and bouncing. The other two are Blizzard Man and Clown Man. Pirate Man is arguably a fourth Robot Master with such an attack, although he encases himself in a bubble instead of actually becoming a ball; Sunstar has a similar attack, as well.
- Due to color limitations, his chest crystals are orange in his sprite, when they are green in his official work.
- Due to the order of the release of Mega Man 10's Special Stages, Strike Man and Flame Man (through the W. Archive) are the first two Robot Masters to be weak against a Mega Man Killer's weapon.
- Strike Man appeared in "MAD's Guide to Video Game Cheats" on an episode of Cartoon Network's MAD (link).
- His stage music at one point was featured on Capcom's official website.
- Strike Man bears a striking resemblance to Blizzard Man, as both have a round body, both lack a face (they have black slits with eyes in them), both can perform an attack involving turning into a ball and bouncing, and both are sports-themed.
- Strike Man's weakness to the Triple Blade may be a reference to the baseball term "Three strikes and you're out".
- It may be a reference of how blade can cut through the baseball too.