Power threshold and homeruns

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What’s the minimum power threshold in order to consistently hit homeruns ? I am tired of seeing my perfect perfect fly balls dying in the middle of the outfield.

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I believe it is 80. Or atleast it was.

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@MikeForbes101 said in Power threshold and homeruns:

I believe it is 80. Or atleast it was.

I have seen too many balls dying at the warning track even with this 80 power threshold.

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Yesterday I hit a perfect perfect fly ball with Signature series Jorge Posada (97 power vs rhp) and the ball did not even reach the warning track. It was a sad moment for me.🤬

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That’s ok I hit a perfect perfect with griffey today off of a righty goes no where and one with finest arenado double play. These cost me the game due to my opponent hitting early homeruns. Next game lefty lefty bomb, with griffey and Freeman. It makes no sense

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I honestly wouldn't believe the 80 power thing. I’ve smashed some tanks with guys below it and hit some weak perfect/perfects with people above 80. Honestly it’s kinda random tbh. But that’s why most people play at shippet so they can get that satisfaction.

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Guys it’s baseball....? That happens every single game. I wouldn’t want every perfect or good fly ball to go out because that’s not realistic.

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@Thierry007007 said in Power threshold and homeruns:

What’s the minimum power threshold in order to consistently hit homeruns ? I am tired of seeing my perfect perfect fly balls dying in the middle of the outfield.

What game mode are you playing and what difficulty? Cause right now, my experience has been that unless it’s a pitcher hitting, every batter is hitting a home run on any swing type on every at bat.

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@KommanderNKeef9 said in Power threshold and homeruns:

Guys it’s baseball....? That happens every single game. I wouldn’t want every perfect or good fly ball to go out because that’s not realistic.

Excuse me sir but if I hit a perfect perfect fly ball with Postseason Stanton I expect a no doubter homerun EVERY SINGLE TIME ! 125 power must mean something. I want to see my inputs rewarded especially if I spend time and effort to unlock/buy some of the best cards in the game.

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@Thierry007007 said in Power threshold and homeruns:

@KommanderNKeef9 said in Power threshold and homeruns:

Guys it’s baseball....? That happens every single game. I wouldn’t want every perfect or good fly ball to go out because that’s not realistic.

Excuse me sir but if I hit a perfect perfect fly ball with Postseason Stanton I expect a no doubter homerun EVERY SINGLE TIME ! 125 power must mes something. I want to see my inputs rewarded especially if you spend time and effort to unlock/buy some of the best cards in the game.

Haha I get it man, I get it. I’m just saying. I played for years myself, and that’s just apart of the game. Once you learn to appreciate it, it makes those easier to handle

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I hit a perfect flyball with Sheffield off a lefty. Died on the warning track at like 390 feet.

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Perfect perfect fly balls aren’t really a sure thing for balls you’re not pulling, mostly when it’s low in the zone

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@NBerry5 said in Power threshold and homeruns:

Perfect perfect fly balls aren’t really a sure thing for balls you’re not pulling, mostly when it’s low in the zone

yes, but the fact that he has 121 power vs a lefty makes me confused

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@Thierry007007 said in Power threshold and homeruns:

What’s the minimum power threshold in order to consistently hit homeruns ? I am tired of seeing my perfect perfect fly balls dying in the middle of the outfield.

No such thing anymore. Earlier in the year, supposedly 80 power guaranteed a perfect/perfect home run, but that hasn’t been a thing for a while. I don’t think there is a threshold value, you just need to swing early with square and the game will eventually dial 9.

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@ComebackLogic said in Power threshold and homeruns:

@Thierry007007 said in Power threshold and homeruns:

What’s the minimum power threshold in order to consistently hit homeruns ? I am tired of seeing my perfect perfect fly balls dying in the middle of the outfield.

No such thing anymore. Earlier in the year, supposedly 80 power guaranteed a perfect/perfect home run, but that hasn’t been a thing for a while. I don’t think there is a threshold value, you just need to swing early with square and the game will eventually dial 9.

Lmao

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