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Ty Cobb in CF (70 fielding after the secondary penalty. Not great, but the laws of physics should still apply at 70). Fly ball passes directly through his glove... then proceeds to pass directly through his face.

I miss when the problem was that we couldn’t lock onto that ball marker. Those errors actually made sense.

https://youtu.be/B75q1AIx4Fc

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You must be a casual noob if you think the laws of physics apply to 70 fielding players and their hot pocket fingers

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@LankyRyan said in This was too funny not to share:

You must be a casual noob if you think the laws of physics apply to 70 fielding players and their hot pocket fingers

I’m no online casual — I’m an offline elite. I’ll have you know this was while playing Conquest ... on VETERAN. So.. yeah. I’m pretty awesome at this game.

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@SchnauzerFace said in This was too funny not to share:

@LankyRyan said in This was too funny not to share:

You must be a casual noob if you think the laws of physics apply to 70 fielding players and their hot pocket fingers

I’m no online casual — I’m an offline elite. I’ll have you know this was while playing Conquest ... on VETERAN. So.. yeah. I’m pretty awesome at this game.

Pfffft call me when you sacrifice 73 after-work free time hours, weekend hours with your increasingly brooding son, and 3 marriages just to make sure your offline franchise sliders are just right

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I totally get it dood. I had some good ones like that this year too. Makes things interesting... I'm also an offline elite so I understand how it must feel to be that awesome.

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"Hey gang, that's baseball " - SDS.....maybe

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Come and talk to me when you have calibrated your sliders for ten different displays, all at ultra 4k definition and other variables such as, ambient temperature both inside and out, wattage of the microwave used to heat up hot pockets, the variable effect casual online noobs have on gameplay and the ineffable effort it takes to finely craft the same argument over and over for online wannabes who seemingly don't understand your undeniably superior skillset.

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