No, I read it. I am saying that baseball can be random and sometimes a bloop is better than a harder liner at someone. So you can lineout and get hit hard, but end up losing on a bloop. I have seen no hitters where there were a bunch of hard liners or good plays being made.
But the emphasis should be placed on "sometimes". Often times, in this game, that "sometimes" turns into ALL the time. I think that's when you see people getting frustrated.
No, people get frustrated when they lose because they believe themselves to be better than their opponent and therefore should never lose.. It is a false belief. The arrogance of people who complain when they lose is sickening. We are all playing the same darn game.
This is basically like beating the same dead horse at this stage, but, considering how ignorant this take is, I feel compelled to respond...
Who do you think, objectively, hit better in this example:
Would it surprise you to hear that hitter 2 won the game?
How about here:
Would it surprise you that hitter 2 won?
These are just two very recent examples of mine. This happens very frequently with MLB 19, where the person, who is objectively and significantly outperforming his opponent, loses due to RNG.