Where do we draw the line?

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Just gave up a very early/slightly rolled HR... to a player with a goat icon and WS banner so god knows he didn’t need any help like that

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If that's true (very early, slightly rolled, HR) this game has truly and officially become RNG Dice Roll 2020. Let's pray the next gen game gets overhauled.

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Feedback is so broken you can’t be sure what you gave up any more. It makes zero sense. I just hit the ball to RF against Kluber with Rickey Henderson for a medium/deep flyout. This was my swing feedback: https://twitter.com/comeback_logic/status/1260882173411971072?s=21

I just can’t take this game seriously any more.

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@ComebackLogic said in Where do we draw the line?:

Feedback is so broken you can’t be sure what you gave up any more. It makes zero sense. I just hit the ball to RF against Kluber with Rickey Henderson for a medium/deep flyout. This was my swing feedback: https://twitter.com/comeback_logic/status/1260882173411971072?s=21

I just can’t take this game seriously any more.

You're slightly off center, therefore=good/okay. The game has issues but if that was a good/okay then thats what it should've been, you weren't perfect with the placement. Perfect means perfect, not pretty close.

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@Kovz88 said in Where do we draw the line?:

@ComebackLogic said in Where do we draw the line?:

Feedback is so broken you can’t be sure what you gave up any more. It makes zero sense. I just hit the ball to RF against Kluber with Rickey Henderson for a medium/deep flyout. This was my swing feedback: https://twitter.com/comeback_logic/status/1260882173411971072?s=21

I just can’t take this game seriously any more.

You're slightly off center, therefore=good/okay. The game has issues but if that was a good/okay then thats what it should've been, you weren't perfect with the placement. Perfect means perfect, not pretty close.

That is nonsense. What is your explanation for the early/ok homeruns where the ball is out of the pci?

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@HoffsDrawlar said in Where do we draw the line?:

@Kovz88 said in Where do we draw the line?:

@ComebackLogic said in Where do we draw the line?:

Feedback is so broken you can’t be sure what you gave up any more. It makes zero sense. I just hit the ball to RF against Kluber with Rickey Henderson for a medium/deep flyout. This was my swing feedback: https://twitter.com/comeback_logic/status/1260882173411971072?s=21

I just can’t take this game seriously any more.

You're slightly off center, therefore=good/okay. The game has issues but if that was a good/okay then thats what it should've been, you weren't perfect with the placement. Perfect means perfect, not pretty close.

That is nonsense. What is your explanation for the early/ok homeruns where the ball is out of the pci?

Does it suck? Yes but in real life not every hard hit ball is a home run and on the other end every home run isn't necessarily squared up. You see guys hit the ball out on bad swings, off the end of their bat, with a flick of their wrists sometimes. It happens, are things frustrating at times? Absolutely but from my experience most of the hits go where I would think they would and most of the people who complain and claim RNG all the time aren't as good at the game as they think they are.

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@Kovz88 said in Where do we draw the line?:

@HoffsDrawlar said in Where do we draw the line?:

@Kovz88 said in Where do we draw the line?:

@ComebackLogic said in Where do we draw the line?:

Feedback is so broken you can’t be sure what you gave up any more. It makes zero sense. I just hit the ball to RF against Kluber with Rickey Henderson for a medium/deep flyout. This was my swing feedback: https://twitter.com/comeback_logic/status/1260882173411971072?s=21

I just can’t take this game seriously any more.

You're slightly off center, therefore=good/okay. The game has issues but if that was a good/okay then thats what it should've been, you weren't perfect with the placement. Perfect means perfect, not pretty close.

That is nonsense. What is your explanation for the early/ok homeruns where the ball is out of the pci?

Does it suck? Yes but in real life not every hard hit ball is a home run and on the other end every home run isn't necessarily squared up. You see guys hit the ball out on bad swings, off the end of their bat, with a flick of their wrists sometimes. It happens, are things frustrating at times? Absolutely but from my experience most of the hits go where I would think they would and most of the people who complain and claim RNG all the time aren't as good at the game as they think they are.

More nonsense, starting with “in real life”. This isn’t real life, it is a competitive video game. A ball in the center of the pci with good timing should be hit better than a ball out of the pci with early or late timing.

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@HoffsDrawlar said in Where do we draw the line?:

@Kovz88 said in Where do we draw the line?:

@HoffsDrawlar said in Where do we draw the line?:

@Kovz88 said in Where do we draw the line?:

@ComebackLogic said in Where do we draw the line?:

Feedback is so broken you can’t be sure what you gave up any more. It makes zero sense. I just hit the ball to RF against Kluber with Rickey Henderson for a medium/deep flyout. This was my swing feedback: https://twitter.com/comeback_logic/status/1260882173411971072?s=21

I just can’t take this game seriously any more.

You're slightly off center, therefore=good/okay. The game has issues but if that was a good/okay then thats what it should've been, you weren't perfect with the placement. Perfect means perfect, not pretty close.

That is nonsense. What is your explanation for the early/ok homeruns where the ball is out of the pci?

Does it suck? Yes but in real life not every hard hit ball is a home run and on the other end every home run isn't necessarily squared up. You see guys hit the ball out on bad swings, off the end of their bat, with a flick of their wrists sometimes. It happens, are things frustrating at times? Absolutely but from my experience most of the hits go where I would think they would and most of the people who complain and claim RNG all the time aren't as good at the game as they think they are.

More nonsense, starting with “in real life”. This isn’t real life, it is a competitive video game. A ball in the center of the pci with good timing should be hit better than a ball out of the pci with early or late timing.

Its a simulation. So its actually supposed to be as real as it can be. There are plenty of fantasy baseball games to play if you want a cartoon slugfest but thats not this. In real life the top hitters fail 7 out of 10 times. Everyone who plays this game thinks every single time they hit the ball hard it should land somewhere, thats not realistic.

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Also, you act like every poorly hit ball is a home run or hit, the average on bad pci placement is far lower than on good placement. Track 100 early/okays and 100 good/good. The average and the good/good will be way higher. Which is how it should be. Perfect/perfect still gets an above .800 average as well so you are rewarded for hitting the ball hard.

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@Kovz88 said in Where do we draw the line?:

@HoffsDrawlar said in Where do we draw the line?:

@Kovz88 said in Where do we draw the line?:

@HoffsDrawlar said in Where do we draw the line?:

@Kovz88 said in Where do we draw the line?:

@ComebackLogic said in Where do we draw the line?:

Feedback is so broken you can’t be sure what you gave up any more. It makes zero sense. I just hit the ball to RF against Kluber with Rickey Henderson for a medium/deep flyout. This was my swing feedback: https://twitter.com/comeback_logic/status/1260882173411971072?s=21

I just can’t take this game seriously any more.

You're slightly off center, therefore=good/okay. The game has issues but if that was a good/okay then thats what it should've been, you weren't perfect with the placement. Perfect means perfect, not pretty close.

That is nonsense. What is your explanation for the early/ok homeruns where the ball is out of the pci?

Does it suck? Yes but in real life not every hard hit ball is a home run and on the other end every home run isn't necessarily squared up. You see guys hit the ball out on bad swings, off the end of their bat, with a flick of their wrists sometimes. It happens, are things frustrating at times? Absolutely but from my experience most of the hits go where I would think they would and most of the people who complain and claim RNG all the time aren't as good at the game as they think they are.

More nonsense, starting with “in real life”. This isn’t real life, it is a competitive video game. A ball in the center of the pci with good timing should be hit better than a ball out of the pci with early or late timing.

Its a simulation. So its actually supposed to be as real as it can be. There are plenty of fantasy baseball games to play if you want a cartoon slugfest but thats not this. In real life the top hitters fail 7 out of 10 times. Everyone who plays this game thinks every single time they hit the ball hard it should land somewhere, thats not realistic.

Lol, ok. Glad that the RNG is helping you out now since you were obviously struggling before. I never said it should be a hit everytime, but I should not be getting better results by missing the ball than when I square it up.....ever. You should check out the srat o matic game, nothing but dice rolls, you don’t even have to pick up a controller.

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@HoffsDrawlar said in Where do we draw the line?:

@Kovz88 said in Where do we draw the line?:

@HoffsDrawlar said in Where do we draw the line?:

@Kovz88 said in Where do we draw the line?:

@HoffsDrawlar said in Where do we draw the line?:

@Kovz88 said in Where do we draw the line?:

@ComebackLogic said in Where do we draw the line?:

Feedback is so broken you can’t be sure what you gave up any more. It makes zero sense. I just hit the ball to RF against Kluber with Rickey Henderson for a medium/deep flyout. This was my swing feedback: https://twitter.com/comeback_logic/status/1260882173411971072?s=21

I just can’t take this game seriously any more.

You're slightly off center, therefore=good/okay. The game has issues but if that was a good/okay then thats what it should've been, you weren't perfect with the placement. Perfect means perfect, not pretty close.

That is nonsense. What is your explanation for the early/ok homeruns where the ball is out of the pci?

Does it suck? Yes but in real life not every hard hit ball is a home run and on the other end every home run isn't necessarily squared up. You see guys hit the ball out on bad swings, off the end of their bat, with a flick of their wrists sometimes. It happens, are things frustrating at times? Absolutely but from my experience most of the hits go where I would think they would and most of the people who complain and claim RNG all the time aren't as good at the game as they think they are.

More nonsense, starting with “in real life”. This isn’t real life, it is a competitive video game. A ball in the center of the pci with good timing should be hit better than a ball out of the pci with early or late timing.

Its a simulation. So its actually supposed to be as real as it can be. There are plenty of fantasy baseball games to play if you want a cartoon slugfest but thats not this. In real life the top hitters fail 7 out of 10 times. Everyone who plays this game thinks every single time they hit the ball hard it should land somewhere, thats not realistic.

Lol, ok. Glad that the RNG is helping you out now since you were obviously struggling before. I never said it should be a hit everytime, but I should not be getting better results by missing the ball than when I square it up.....ever. You should check out the srat o matic game, nothing but dice rolls, you don’t even have to pick up a controller.

You clearly don't watch baseball or want a realistic game.

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@Kovz88 said in Where do we draw the line?:

@HoffsDrawlar said in Where do we draw the line?:

@Kovz88 said in Where do we draw the line?:

@HoffsDrawlar said in Where do we draw the line?:

@Kovz88 said in Where do we draw the line?:

@ComebackLogic said in Where do we draw the line?:

Feedback is so broken you can’t be sure what you gave up any more. It makes zero sense. I just hit the ball to RF against Kluber with Rickey Henderson for a medium/deep flyout. This was my swing feedback: https://twitter.com/comeback_logic/status/1260882173411971072?s=21

I just can’t take this game seriously any more.

You're slightly off center, therefore=good/okay. The game has issues but if that was a good/okay then thats what it should've been, you weren't perfect with the placement. Perfect means perfect, not pretty close.

That is nonsense. What is your explanation for the early/ok homeruns where the ball is out of the pci?

Does it suck? Yes but in real life not every hard hit ball is a home run and on the other end every home run isn't necessarily squared up. You see guys hit the ball out on bad swings, off the end of their bat, with a flick of their wrists sometimes. It happens, are things frustrating at times? Absolutely but from my experience most of the hits go where I would think they would and most of the people who complain and claim RNG all the time aren't as good at the game as they think they are.

More nonsense, starting with “in real life”. This isn’t real life, it is a competitive video game. A ball in the center of the pci with good timing should be hit better than a ball out of the pci with early or late timing.

Its a simulation. So its actually supposed to be as real as it can be. There are plenty of fantasy baseball games to play if you want a cartoon slugfest but thats not this. In real life the top hitters fail 7 out of 10 times. Everyone who plays this game thinks every single time they hit the ball hard it should land somewhere, thats not realistic.

“This a a simulation in real life the best hitters fail 7 out of 10 times blah blah blah”. If you want a simulation play franchise or custom leagues with regular teams. Its not that hard. You know why real-life scores are 5-4, 5-3 6-4 etc.? Because a real team isn’t composed on 8 .300 hitters. A real team is composed of 1-2 .300 hitters, 1-2 .270-280 hitters, a couple .250 hitters, and a defensive catcher that hovers over the mendoza line. In DD we are using some of the BEST PLAYERS OF ALL TIME (I don’t care what anyone thinks about future stars I ‘m just trying to make a point). If a real life team had 8 .300 hitters, they would be averaging at minimum 10 hits a game. You might have a reasonable complaint about the Home runs, but the league total home run record has been broken 3 years in a row. Get with the times or GTFO. Quit ruining the game we love because you want 2-1 pitching duel snooze fests. There are plenty of options available for you do do that if you wish. DD is a fantasy mode as much as you want it to resemble real life baseball its not going to happen.

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@the_dragon1912 said in Where do we draw the line?:

@Kovz88 said in Where do we draw the line?:

@HoffsDrawlar said in Where do we draw the line?:

@Kovz88 said in Where do we draw the line?:

@HoffsDrawlar said in Where do we draw the line?:

@Kovz88 said in Where do we draw the line?:

@ComebackLogic said in Where do we draw the line?:

Feedback is so broken you can’t be sure what you gave up any more. It makes zero sense. I just hit the ball to RF against Kluber with Rickey Henderson for a medium/deep flyout. This was my swing feedback: https://twitter.com/comeback_logic/status/1260882173411971072?s=21

I just can’t take this game seriously any more.

You're slightly off center, therefore=good/okay. The game has issues but if that was a good/okay then thats what it should've been, you weren't perfect with the placement. Perfect means perfect, not pretty close.

That is nonsense. What is your explanation for the early/ok homeruns where the ball is out of the pci?

Does it suck? Yes but in real life not every hard hit ball is a home run and on the other end every home run isn't necessarily squared up. You see guys hit the ball out on bad swings, off the end of their bat, with a flick of their wrists sometimes. It happens, are things frustrating at times? Absolutely but from my experience most of the hits go where I would think they would and most of the people who complain and claim RNG all the time aren't as good at the game as they think they are.

More nonsense, starting with “in real life”. This isn’t real life, it is a competitive video game. A ball in the center of the pci with good timing should be hit better than a ball out of the pci with early or late timing.

Its a simulation. So its actually supposed to be as real as it can be. There are plenty of fantasy baseball games to play if you want a cartoon slugfest but thats not this. In real life the top hitters fail 7 out of 10 times. Everyone who plays this game thinks every single time they hit the ball hard it should land somewhere, thats not realistic.

“This a a simulation in real life the best hitters fail 7 out of 10 times blah blah blah”. If you want a simulation play franchise or custom leagues with regular teams. Its not that hard. You know why real-life scores are 5-4, 5-3 6-4 etc.? Because a real team isn’t composed on 8 .300 hitters. A real team is composed of 1-2 .300 hitters, 1-2 .270-280 hitters, a couple .250 hitters, and a defensive catcher that hovers over the mendoza line. In DD we are using some of the BEST PLAYERS OF ALL TIME (I don’t care what anyone thinks about future stars I ‘m just trying to make a point). If a real life team had 8 .300 hitters, they would be averaging at minimum 10 hits a game. You might have a reasonable complaint about the Home runs, but the league total home run record has been broken 3 years in a row. Get with the times or GTFO. Quit ruining the game we love because you want 2-1 pitching duel snooze fests. There are plenty of options available for you do do that if you wish. DD is a fantasy mode as much as you want it to resemble real life baseball its not going to happen.

Yah, except you forgot the other end of the argument, you are also using the best pitchers as well, which would neutralize how good the bats are. This game is a simulation whether you like it or not. That what its advertised as. If you want something else, go play something else. People buy a baseball simulation. To play realistic baseball.

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@the_dragon1912 said in Where do we draw the line?:

@Kovz88 said in Where do we draw the line?:

@HoffsDrawlar said in Where do we draw the line?:

@Kovz88 said in Where do we draw the line?:

@HoffsDrawlar said in Where do we draw the line?:

@Kovz88 said in Where do we draw the line?:

@ComebackLogic said in Where do we draw the line?:

Feedback is so broken you can’t be sure what you gave up any more. It makes zero sense. I just hit the ball to RF against Kluber with Rickey Henderson for a medium/deep flyout. This was my swing feedback: https://twitter.com/comeback_logic/status/1260882173411971072?s=21

I just can’t take this game seriously any more.

You're slightly off center, therefore=good/okay. The game has issues but if that was a good/okay then thats what it should've been, you weren't perfect with the placement. Perfect means perfect, not pretty close.

That is nonsense. What is your explanation for the early/ok homeruns where the ball is out of the pci?

Does it suck? Yes but in real life not every hard hit ball is a home run and on the other end every home run isn't necessarily squared up. You see guys hit the ball out on bad swings, off the end of their bat, with a flick of their wrists sometimes. It happens, are things frustrating at times? Absolutely but from my experience most of the hits go where I would think they would and most of the people who complain and claim RNG all the time aren't as good at the game as they think they are.

More nonsense, starting with “in real life”. This isn’t real life, it is a competitive video game. A ball in the center of the pci with good timing should be hit better than a ball out of the pci with early or late timing.

Its a simulation. So its actually supposed to be as real as it can be. There are plenty of fantasy baseball games to play if you want a cartoon slugfest but thats not this. In real life the top hitters fail 7 out of 10 times. Everyone who plays this game thinks every single time they hit the ball hard it should land somewhere, thats not realistic.

“This a a simulation in real life the best hitters fail 7 out of 10 times blah blah blah”. If you want a simulation play franchise or custom leagues with regular teams. Its not that hard. You know why real-life scores are 5-4, 5-3 6-4 etc.? Because a real team isn’t composed on 8 .300 hitters. A real team is composed of 1-2 .300 hitters, 1-2 .270-280 hitters, a couple .250 hitters, and a defensive catcher that hovers over the mendoza line. In DD we are using some of the BEST PLAYERS OF ALL TIME (I don’t care what anyone thinks about future stars I ‘m just trying to make a point). If a real life team had 8 .300 hitters, they would be averaging at minimum 10 hits a game. You might have a reasonable complaint about the Home runs, but the league total home run record has been broken 3 years in a row. Get with the times or GTFO. Quit ruining the game we love because you want 2-1 pitching duel snooze fests. There are plenty of options available for you do do that if you wish. DD is a fantasy mode as much as you want it to resemble real life baseball its not going to happen.

Talk to sds. They're the ones that want a simulation.

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They should just remove feedback words, just creates complaints!

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@pbake12 said in Where do we draw the line?:

They should just remove feedback words, just creates complaints!

I don’t get this either, it doesn’t change the issue with this game, just tries to hide it. There would be no need for a pci.

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@Kovz88 said in Where do we draw the line?:

@HoffsDrawlar said in Where do we draw the line?:

@Kovz88 said in Where do we draw the line?:

@HoffsDrawlar said in Where do we draw the line?:

@Kovz88 said in Where do we draw the line?:

@ComebackLogic said in Where do we draw the line?:

Feedback is so broken you can’t be sure what you gave up any more. It makes zero sense. I just hit the ball to RF against Kluber with Rickey Henderson for a medium/deep flyout. This was my swing feedback: https://twitter.com/comeback_logic/status/1260882173411971072?s=21

I just can’t take this game seriously any more.

You're slightly off center, therefore=good/okay. The game has issues but if that was a good/okay then thats what it should've been, you weren't perfect with the placement. Perfect means perfect, not pretty close.

That is nonsense. What is your explanation for the early/ok homeruns where the ball is out of the pci?

Does it suck? Yes but in real life not every hard hit ball is a home run and on the other end every home run isn't necessarily squared up. You see guys hit the ball out on bad swings, off the end of their bat, with a flick of their wrists sometimes. It happens, are things frustrating at times? Absolutely but from my experience most of the hits go where I would think they would and most of the people who complain and claim RNG all the time aren't as good at the game as they think they are.

More nonsense, starting with “in real life”. This isn’t real life, it is a competitive video game. A ball in the center of the pci with good timing should be hit better than a ball out of the pci with early or late timing.

Its a simulation. So its actually supposed to be as real as it can be. There are plenty of fantasy baseball games to play if you want a cartoon slugfest but thats not this. In real life the top hitters fail 7 out of 10 times. Everyone who plays this game thinks every single time they hit the ball hard it should land somewhere, thats not realistic.

Here's how I'll explain your top guys theory and why you can't really simulate irl argument to DD in specific.

The top guys do fail 7/10 times. But the top guys are not also batting with stacked lineups in front of and behind thwm. So top guys USUALLY get pitched differently and are usually are getting pitched around cuz they are a top guy. So usually these guys don't get the best of pitches to hit and usually pitchers would rather walk a guy trying to get him to chase than throw him a hittable ball. But guess what, when these guys do get hittable balls they usually crush them.

Now consider the fact that all DD teams stacked with great hitters to the point that any guy 1-8 can put 1 in the seats, which takes the irl argument away already because of the fact you can't really be ok walking guys just for the next guy to put 2 or 3 on the board with 1 swing of the bat. So in turn we who are playing this video game are forced to challenge guys more often than a pitcher irl. Which means some of the greatest hitters of all time are getting more hittable balls than they do or would've gotten irl.

I say all that to say this, How much better would the Batting Averages of top guys be, if they had other batters just as good or even better bats than them throughout the lineup. Probably a lot better than .300... This is DD where you worse hitter in the 8 hole can still have over 100 power and contact from both sides. So yes when guys make mistake pitches and they are squared up with some of the best in history, more often than not it should be crushed.

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@the_dragon1912 said in Where do we draw the line?:

@Kovz88 said in Where do we draw the line?:

@HoffsDrawlar said in Where do we draw the line?:

@Kovz88 said in Where do we draw the line?:

@HoffsDrawlar said in Where do we draw the line?:

@Kovz88 said in Where do we draw the line?:

@ComebackLogic said in Where do we draw the line?:

Feedback is so broken you can’t be sure what you gave up any more. It makes zero sense. I just hit the ball to RF against Kluber with Rickey Henderson for a medium/deep flyout. This was my swing feedback: https://twitter.com/comeback_logic/status/1260882173411971072?s=21

I just can’t take this game seriously any more.

You're slightly off center, therefore=good/okay. The game has issues but if that was a good/okay then thats what it should've been, you weren't perfect with the placement. Perfect means perfect, not pretty close.

That is nonsense. What is your explanation for the early/ok homeruns where the ball is out of the pci?

Does it suck? Yes but in real life not every hard hit ball is a home run and on the other end every home run isn't necessarily squared up. You see guys hit the ball out on bad swings, off the end of their bat, with a flick of their wrists sometimes. It happens, are things frustrating at times? Absolutely but from my experience most of the hits go where I would think they would and most of the people who complain and claim RNG all the time aren't as good at the game as they think they are.

More nonsense, starting with “in real life”. This isn’t real life, it is a competitive video game. A ball in the center of the pci with good timing should be hit better than a ball out of the pci with early or late timing.

Its a simulation. So its actually supposed to be as real as it can be. There are plenty of fantasy baseball games to play if you want a cartoon slugfest but thats not this. In real life the top hitters fail 7 out of 10 times. Everyone who plays this game thinks every single time they hit the ball hard it should land somewhere, thats not realistic.

“This a a simulation in real life the best hitters fail 7 out of 10 times blah blah blah”. If you want a simulation play franchise or custom leagues with regular teams. Its not that hard. You know why real-life scores are 5-4, 5-3 6-4 etc.? Because a real team isn’t composed on 8 .300 hitters. A real team is composed of 1-2 .300 hitters, 1-2 .270-280 hitters, a couple .250 hitters, and a defensive catcher that hovers over the mendoza line. In DD we are using some of the BEST PLAYERS OF ALL TIME (I don’t care what anyone thinks about future stars I ‘m just trying to make a point). If a real life team had 8 .300 hitters, they would be averaging at minimum 10 hits a game. You might have a reasonable complaint about the Home runs, but the league total home run record has been broken 3 years in a row. Get with the times or GTFO. Quit ruining the game we love because you want 2-1 pitching duel snooze fests. There are plenty of options available for you do do that if you wish. DD is a fantasy mode as much as you want it to resemble real life baseball its not going to happen.

Didn't even see this post. Basically just wrote the same exact thing lol

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@Kovz88 said in Where do we draw the line?:

@the_dragon1912 said in Where do we draw the line?:

@Kovz88 said in Where do we draw the line?:

@HoffsDrawlar said in Where do we draw the line?:

@Kovz88 said in Where do we draw the line?:

@HoffsDrawlar said in Where do we draw the line?:

@Kovz88 said in Where do we draw the line?:

@ComebackLogic said in Where do we draw the line?:

Feedback is so broken you can’t be sure what you gave up any more. It makes zero sense. I just hit the ball to RF against Kluber with Rickey Henderson for a medium/deep flyout. This was my swing feedback: https://twitter.com/comeback_logic/status/1260882173411971072?s=21

I just can’t take this game seriously any more.

You're slightly off center, therefore=good/okay. The game has issues but if that was a good/okay then thats what it should've been, you weren't perfect with the placement. Perfect means perfect, not pretty close.

That is nonsense. What is your explanation for the early/ok homeruns where the ball is out of the pci?

Does it suck? Yes but in real life not every hard hit ball is a home run and on the other end every home run isn't necessarily squared up. You see guys hit the ball out on bad swings, off the end of their bat, with a flick of their wrists sometimes. It happens, are things frustrating at times? Absolutely but from my experience most of the hits go where I would think they would and most of the people who complain and claim RNG all the time aren't as good at the game as they think they are.

More nonsense, starting with “in real life”. This isn’t real life, it is a competitive video game. A ball in the center of the pci with good timing should be hit better than a ball out of the pci with early or late timing.

Its a simulation. So its actually supposed to be as real as it can be. There are plenty of fantasy baseball games to play if you want a cartoon slugfest but thats not this. In real life the top hitters fail 7 out of 10 times. Everyone who plays this game thinks every single time they hit the ball hard it should land somewhere, thats not realistic.

“This a a simulation in real life the best hitters fail 7 out of 10 times blah blah blah”. If you want a simulation play franchise or custom leagues with regular teams. Its not that hard. You know why real-life scores are 5-4, 5-3 6-4 etc.? Because a real team isn’t composed on 8 .300 hitters. A real team is composed of 1-2 .300 hitters, 1-2 .270-280 hitters, a couple .250 hitters, and a defensive catcher that hovers over the mendoza line. In DD we are using some of the BEST PLAYERS OF ALL TIME (I don’t care what anyone thinks about future stars I ‘m just trying to make a point). If a real life team had 8 .300 hitters, they would be averaging at minimum 10 hits a game. You might have a reasonable complaint about the Home runs, but the league total home run record has been broken 3 years in a row. Get with the times or GTFO. Quit ruining the game we love because you want 2-1 pitching duel snooze fests. There are plenty of options available for you do do that if you wish. DD is a fantasy mode as much as you want it to resemble real life baseball its not going to happen.

Yah, except you forgot the other end of the argument, you are also using the best pitchers as well, which would neutralize how good the bats are. This game is a simulation whether you like it or not. That what its advertised as. If you want something else, go play something else. People buy a baseball simulation. To play realistic baseball.

1vs9 Best pitcher all time vs nine greatest hitters of all time on 1 team. I'll take the batters everytime. Pitcher still has all the pressure.

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Feedback is so broken you can’t be sure what you gave up any more. It makes zero sense. I just hit the ball to RF against Kluber with Rickey Henderson for a medium/deep flyout. This was my swing feedback: https://twitter.com/comeback_logic/status/1260882173411971072?s=21

I just can’t take this game seriously any more.

You're slightly off center, therefore=good/okay. The game has issues but if that was a good/okay then thats what it should've been, you weren't perfect with the placement. Perfect means perfect, not pretty close.

That is nonsense. What is your explanation for the early/ok homeruns where the ball is out of the pci?

Does it suck? Yes but in real life not every hard hit ball is a home run and on the other end every home run isn't necessarily squared up. You see guys hit the ball out on bad swings, off the end of their bat, with a flick of their wrists sometimes. It happens, are things frustrating at times? Absolutely but from my experience most of the hits go where I would think they would and most of the people who complain and claim RNG all the time aren't as good at the game as they think they are.

More nonsense, starting with “in real life”. This isn’t real life, it is a competitive video game. A ball in the center of the pci with good timing should be hit better than a ball out of the pci with early or late timing.

Its a simulation. So its actually supposed to be as real as it can be. There are plenty of fantasy baseball games to play if you want a cartoon slugfest but thats not this. In real life the top hitters fail 7 out of 10 times. Everyone who plays this game thinks every single time they hit the ball hard it should land somewhere, thats not realistic.

“This a a simulation in real life the best hitters fail 7 out of 10 times blah blah blah”. If you want a simulation play franchise or custom leagues with regular teams. Its not that hard. You know why real-life scores are 5-4, 5-3 6-4 etc.? Because a real team isn’t composed on 8 .300 hitters. A real team is composed of 1-2 .300 hitters, 1-2 .270-280 hitters, a couple .250 hitters, and a defensive catcher that hovers over the mendoza line. In DD we are using some of the BEST PLAYERS OF ALL TIME (I don’t care what anyone thinks about future stars I ‘m just trying to make a point). If a real life team had 8 .300 hitters, they would be averaging at minimum 10 hits a game. You might have a reasonable complaint about the Home runs, but the league total home run record has been broken 3 years in a row. Get with the times or GTFO. Quit ruining the game we love because you want 2-1 pitching duel snooze fests. There are plenty of options available for you do do that if you wish. DD is a fantasy mode as much as you want it to resemble real life baseball its not going to happen.

Yah, except you forgot the other end of the argument, you are also using the best pitchers as well, which would neutralize how good the bats are. This game is a simulation whether you like it or not. That what its advertised as. If you want something else, go play something else. People buy a baseball simulation. To play realistic baseball.

1vs9 Best pitcher all time vs nine greatest hitters of all time on 1 team. I'll take the batters everytime. Pitcher still has all the pressure.

Go check out the scores from the All-Star games. A lineup of top hitters vs top pitchers. Usually the score is pretty low.

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