I just did the Nass-Mets comeback moment and failed, in the most MLB 19 way possible:
After scoring 6 runs without recording an out to tie the game, I got the next 2 runners and scorched a "good/good" ball at 110mph+...and Meat Alonso made a diving stab to turn a DP. My next batter, lined out on a "good/squared up" ball. That's when I knew the game was going to make sure I'd lose.
The next 2 innings, I got the first 2 runners on, and Fat Pete made platinum glove plays to start rally-killing DPs.
The next 2 innings, I hit "good/squared up" balls into the gap, that were called extra bases by the announcers, only to have them caught on blind dives into the gap, and my runners were doubled off first.
Then, on a fly ball that my LF and CF didn't bother even moving towards (You all know the scene.), the Mets got a leadoff 2B that scored on a...wait for it...suicide squeeze, because...you know it: the 1B just held the ball for a week, before throwing home.
I lost 11-10, because the hitting input results are totally random, and the CPU defense will turn even the "historically bad" Mets IF and 26th overall defense into Edmonds and Ozzie clones.
SDS, we HATE these ridiculous outcomes: take a page from other developers and patch the things your customers are screaming about...