And stop letting balls sail right down the middle!!!!!!!!!!!
Yes I know this has been said a billion times already.
You don’t enjoy giving up 10-15 runs per game, every game? That’s what happens when complaints focus purely on hitting being too difficult and the development team have no clue how to successfully balance offense and defense. Even if they fixed the game to the point where you could get through nine innings without giving up 20 or more hits, statistically, the game is already ruined. You’d still have an ERA above 7.00 by the time October rolls around. If you’re the kind of person who likes to track your stats (It’s baseball, who doesn’t focus on at least some stat lines?) then you’ll have an enormous disparity between this year and previous years that will clearly stand out a mile away and will clearly confirm that this years game is an outlier. This years game is absolutely appalling, I am really struggling to find any positives to take away from it. If they manage to fix the game (I hold out zero hope of this actually happening now, it’s June FFS) I’ll have to start all over again from scratch on a fresh account and just forget the progress I’d made towards maxing out prestige, completing team affinities and so on. I don’t want any association with the 500+ awful games I’ve played this year, most of the time I didn’t deserve to win when I won and I didn’t deserve to lose when I lost. I don’t have the final say on what happens in these games, my input doesn’t create these outcomes - Or at least it shouldn’t do, based on my experience. I’m just sitting here watching a slightly interactive baseball movie. I assume it’s a satire or comedy of some sort, but I’m unsure. It tries to take itself too seriously to be a documentary (Or simulation, if you prefer).
IDC what they do to pitching, but when I get good feedback on a pitch I intentionally throw below the zone, I would really appreciate it if it actually went below the zone, and not hang at the knee for a blasted homerun.