This is funny to see people complain about losing a video game. Sometimes those are the breaks. If you have ever played a competitive sport irl you would know that it’s not always being better often if about being timely.l and sometimes a bit of luck. There are so many factors that go into any given win. The best team or athlete in sports doesn’t always win. I think of Anderson Silva vs Sonnen or Derek Jeters career. But whatever, some people want to think that some outside force or ent is holding them down...grievance mindset, instead of growth mindset
I’m not sure what your ranked seasons record is, but of your losses, do you find that many of them occur after blowing a lead in the 7th, 8th, or 9th? I lose in all sorts of ways, but some of which occur after losing my lead in the latter innings. If you find that you don’t struggle with blowing leads late, what are some of the strategies you use to keep that from happening?
I don’t think I blow leads late. I pull the pitcher when they are tired and pay attention to pitch count. I also pay attention to pitch confidence in terms of selection in clutch situations.
On the offensive side to me it’s about working the count to increase pitch total and reduce confidence.
You have been able to figure out how to combat the “comeback logic” that a lot of people complain about. Using pitches with the most confidence, is that how you keep [censored] from going right down the middle in crucial situations?
Actually yes. Check the confidence on those meatball pitches kid. Also don’t be afraid to walk someone. Sorry that the answer is that simple. And this is going to sound real basic but mound visits are helpful. So is taking a guy out if you don’t have confidence you can get the batter out with the pitch or pitches he has confidence with.
It is rare that I lose a comeback game and can’t directly attribute it to a mistake I made. Kept a dude in too long, didn’t pay attention to confidence etc
Lmao, you write as if you've figured something out but a rudimentary search shows that you're a lifetime .267 batter... Clearly you're not that great at the game.