18 of my last 20 ranked seasons games have been on the road

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Does it go to the higher rank or is it just random?

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Its possible to get a good idea if your home or away by how quickly you can move up and down the line up screen.

Even if you don’t know or take advantage of it many other people do, which will result in them not playing road games and you home games.

If it was 18/20 I’m assuming you have a lot of people quit during the line up screen when you were suppose to be home.

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@ChArTeRBuS said in 18 of my last 20 ranked seasons games have been on the road:

Its possible to get a good idea if your home or away by how quickly you can move up and down the line up screen.

Even if you don’t know or take advantage of it many other people do, which will result in them not playing road games and you home games.

If it was 18/20 I’m assuming you have a lot of people quit during the line up screen when you were suppose to be home.

That explains a lot.

I don't mind playing on the road, I've just been really confused. Even one of the two games that I pulled at home, the guy quit before the first pitch was thrown.

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People that play in MLB parks are the reason people quit out before the game starts.

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@QNEEK said in 18 of my last 20 ranked seasons games have been on the road:

People that play in MLB parks are the reason people quit out before the game starts.

Why? I like playing at Turner and SunTrust Field.

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Because of the lag in MLB parks.

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I feel the whole “MLB parks lag” is an urban legend. I like to play in different ballparks both minor, major & classic. Sure sometimes I get in a laggy game but I don’t think it has anything to do with the park & everything to do with my opponents connection.

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I can't stand playing away games, my internet isn't the best so when I'm on the road it's like trying to hit 120 mph, but when I'm home team then I can usually be good/early on most fastballs

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