Perfect perfect fly out?

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405 ft to center FOTF Carlos Santana 83 power both sides? This isn’t a HR???

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I had a perfect perfect fly ball today with trea Turner that got me more of a perfect perfect pop up lol.. I know they are two completely different players.. frustrating tho

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Perfect perfect isnt a 100% chance of a hr.

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@StarsWillAlign said in Perfect perfect fly out?:

I had a perfect perfect fly ball today with trea Turner that got me more of a perfect perfect pop up lol.. I know they are two completely different players.. frustrating tho

Well Trea Turner doesn’t exactly have the best power numbers.

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@windmillsfordayz said in Perfect perfect fly out?:

Perfect perfect isnt a 100% chance of a hr.

grounders and liners, probably won't be a homer. Flyballs, that's debatable. If it's a power hitter and gets a perfect flyball, it should be gone. If not, it needs to be changed to squared up or good contact.

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@DriveByTrucker17 said in Perfect perfect fly out?:

@StarsWillAlign said in Perfect perfect fly out?:

I had a perfect perfect fly ball today with trea Turner that got me more of a perfect perfect pop up lol.. I know they are two completely different players.. frustrating tho

Well Trea Turner doesn’t exactly have the best power numbers.

Yeah but I never saw a perfect perfect pop fly.. you get good squared up with him it'll have a.good chance to clear the wall

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@windmillsfordayz said in Perfect perfect fly out?:

Perfect perfect isnt a 100% chance of a hr.

I know it’s not but 83 power? I mean at what point

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@willallenn said in Perfect perfect fly out?:

@windmillsfordayz said in Perfect perfect fly out?:

Perfect perfect isnt a 100% chance of a hr.

I know it’s not but 83 power? I mean at what point

on a 125 point scale thats more like 70 power if they curved it. But still anything low in the zone with a perfect perfect swing is most likely a lineout or a ground out because of how launch angles work in MLB.

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@windmillsfordayz said in Perfect perfect fly out?:

@willallenn said in Perfect perfect fly out?:

@windmillsfordayz said in Perfect perfect fly out?:

Perfect perfect isnt a 100% chance of a hr.

I know it’s not but 83 power? I mean at what point

on a 125 point scale thats more like 70 power if they curved it. But still anything low in the zone with a perfect perfect swing is most likely a lineout or a ground out because of how launch angles work in MLB.

Interesting thought about the 125 vs 100 scale. Ill counter that if this was the case, wouldn't they have mentioned this during the livestream when they introduced perfect perfect?

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Perfect perfect means you timed it perfect.. Ok how many hard hit balls in real are outs.. I mean we cant expect every perfect perfect to be a hit. Just like in real life you sometimes crush the ball L5... or L8 then next ab you hit a late weak 2 rbi single with the pitcher.

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They should take the contact display out of the game. There are too many dumb people that think a perfect , perfect contact should be a hit. Have you ever played baseball live instead of on a game? Good contact does not guarantee a hit, period

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blame nba 2k for all of these stupid people

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@Big_Fly said in Perfect perfect fly out?:

They should take the contact display out of the game. There are too many dumb people that think a perfect , perfect contact should be a hit. Have you ever played baseball live instead of on a game? Good contact does not guarantee a hit, period

1, yes I played ball my entire life. I know how baseball works, so you don’t need to be rude.
2. The developers outlined parameters regarding perfect perfect. He’s 83 power and I hit a High 97 MPH FB perfect perfect. It should be a HR. I’m not complaining about a low pitch lineout. It was an elevated pitch which should have left the yard in any given circumstance.
It is a game, but when he pulls a good okay outside pitch, out of the zone FB with didi for a HR and I time mine perfectly it makes absolutely no sense. That is why I am complianing, and trying to understand the parameters. I can grasp that all perfect perfect shouldn’t be rewarded, but when I hit and time a much better pitch, it should be rewarded properly.

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Don’t think it should always be a hit, but it should always be a fair ball, how did I get a perfect perfect foul ball?

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@windmillsfordayz said in Perfect perfect fly out?:

Perfect perfect isnt a 100% chance of a hr.

Everyone knows perfect perfect isnt a 100% chance of a hr....you need to go over to the Just Early okay section.

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Has anyone here ever heard a baseball announcer say "He hit in on the screws, but right to the second baseman?"

Perfect/perfect = hit it on the screws.

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I had a perfect perfect fly ball with olson vs a righty. 104 power!? it was routine too! and at shippett!

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@willallenn said in Perfect perfect fly out?:

405 ft to center FOTF Carlos Santana 83 power both sides? This isn’t a HR???

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@willallenn said in Perfect perfect fly out?:

405 ft to center FOTF Carlos Santana 83 power both sides? This isn’t a HR???

Not if playing in a park that's 420 to centre.

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@phillydave35 said in Perfect perfect fly out?:

Don’t think it should always be a hit, but it should always be a fair ball, how did I get a perfect perfect foul ball?

I got that one yesterday. I just watched and thought WTF?

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