Playing in Minor league stadiums

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Why is it easier to hit in minor league stadiums than major league stadiums.

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Fan attendance.

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@darrell720 said in Playing in Minor league stadiums:

Why is it easier to hit in minor league stadiums than major league stadiums.

High altitude and smaller compared to major stadiums I think but I am not sure.

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@Thierry007007 said in Playing in Minor league stadiums:

@darrell720 said in Playing in Minor league stadiums:

Why is it easier to hit in minor league stadiums than major league stadiums.

High altitude and smaller compared to major stadiums I think but I am not sure.

Altitude has nothing to do with it. Coors, Shippet, Laughing Mountain are all high altitude fields. Its purely fan attendance and the movement of the fans that drag down the games frames per second this making it laggy.

Also why Date Palm Field best field. Regardless of what Mitch says.

Edit: Jesus i had to edit this 5 times because of auto correct.

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@Ikasnu said in Playing in Minor league stadiums:

@Thierry007007 said in Playing in Minor league stadiums:

@darrell720 said in Playing in Minor league stadiums:

Why is it easier to hit in minor league stadiums than major league stadiums.

High altitude and smaller compared to major stadiums I think but I am not sure.

Altitude has nothing to do with it. Coors, Shippet, Laughing Mountain are all high altitude fields. Its purely fan attendance and the movement of the fans that drag down the games frames per second this making it laggy.

Also why Date Palm Field best field. Regardless of what Mitch says.

Edit: Jesus i had to edit this 5 times because of auto correct.

Shippett, capitol, and iron horse are all better than date palm imo. Agree with everything else

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@mitchhammond24 said in Playing in Minor league stadiums:

@Ikasnu said in Playing in Minor league stadiums:

@Thierry007007 said in Playing in Minor league stadiums:

@darrell720 said in Playing in Minor league stadiums:

Why is it easier to hit in minor league stadiums than major league stadiums.

High altitude and smaller compared to major stadiums I think but I am not sure.

Altitude has nothing to do with it. Coors, Shippet, Laughing Mountain are all high altitude fields. Its purely fan attendance and the movement of the fans that drag down the games frames per second this making it laggy.

Also why Date Palm Field best field. Regardless of what Mitch says.

Edit: Jesus i had to edit this 5 times because of auto correct.

Shippett, capitol, and iron horse are all better than date palm imo. Agree with everything else

I've been considering moving to Green Valley stadium for 2021 tbh.

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@Ikasnu said in Playing in Minor league stadiums:

@mitchhammond24 said in Playing in Minor league stadiums:

@Ikasnu said in Playing in Minor league stadiums:

@Thierry007007 said in Playing in Minor league stadiums:

@darrell720 said in Playing in Minor league stadiums:

Why is it easier to hit in minor league stadiums than major league stadiums.

High altitude and smaller compared to major stadiums I think but I am not sure.

Altitude has nothing to do with it. Coors, Shippet, Laughing Mountain are all high altitude fields. Its purely fan attendance and the movement of the fans that drag down the games frames per second this making it laggy.

Also why Date Palm Field best field. Regardless of what Mitch says.

Edit: Jesus i had to edit this 5 times because of auto correct.

Shippett, capitol, and iron horse are all better than date palm imo. Agree with everything else

I've been considering moving to Green Valley stadium for 2021 tbh.

2021 on PS5 shouldnt matter were you play one bit. At least in FPS terms. Cuz it will not be an issue. If you still use PS 4 though it probably will be.

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@ChuckCLC said in Playing in Minor league stadiums:

@Ikasnu said in Playing in Minor league stadiums:

@mitchhammond24 said in Playing in Minor league stadiums:

@Ikasnu said in Playing in Minor league stadiums:

@Thierry007007 said in Playing in Minor league stadiums:

@darrell720 said in Playing in Minor league stadiums:

Why is it easier to hit in minor league stadiums than major league stadiums.

High altitude and smaller compared to major stadiums I think but I am not sure.

Altitude has nothing to do with it. Coors, Shippet, Laughing Mountain are all high altitude fields. Its purely fan attendance and the movement of the fans that drag down the games frames per second this making it laggy.

Also why Date Palm Field best field. Regardless of what Mitch says.

Edit: Jesus i had to edit this 5 times because of auto correct.

Shippett, capitol, and iron horse are all better than date palm imo. Agree with everything else

I've been considering moving to Green Valley stadium for 2021 tbh.

2021 on PS5 shouldnt matter were you play one bit. At least in FPS terms. Cuz it will not be an issue. If you still use PS 4 though it probably will be.

So ps5 users will have a big advantage over ps4 users then? I may have to get it if that’s the case

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Minor league pitchers generally aren’t quite as good as major league pitchers. Unless they’re a major leaguer on rehab from an injury. So they’re easier to hit.

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Major league stadiums drop frames due the excess amount of polygons required to accurately represent the design of the park and the additional animated fans that have to be added to flesh out the stands. A lot of them also suffer with awful shadows in afternoon games due to accurately detailing the effects of the sunlight filtering through the stadium. The ball can travel through a shaft of sunlight between the mound and the plate so the ball appears to be strobing. Minor league stadiums tend to be more simplistic by design with a lot less fans and a cleaner appearance, which more often than not translates to smoother gameplay experiences.

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@mitchhammond24 said in Playing in Minor league stadiums:

@ChuckCLC said in Playing in Minor league stadiums:

@Ikasnu said in Playing in Minor league stadiums:

@mitchhammond24 said in Playing in Minor league stadiums:

@Ikasnu said in Playing in Minor league stadiums:

@Thierry007007 said in Playing in Minor league stadiums:

@darrell720 said in Playing in Minor league stadiums:

Why is it easier to hit in minor league stadiums than major league stadiums.

High altitude and smaller compared to major stadiums I think but I am not sure.

Altitude has nothing to do with it. Coors, Shippet, Laughing Mountain are all high altitude fields. Its purely fan attendance and the movement of the fans that drag down the games frames per second this making it laggy.

Also why Date Palm Field best field. Regardless of what Mitch says.

Edit: Jesus i had to edit this 5 times because of auto correct.

Shippett, capitol, and iron horse are all better than date palm imo. Agree with everything else

I've been considering moving to Green Valley stadium for 2021 tbh.

2021 on PS5 shouldnt matter were you play one bit. At least in FPS terms. Cuz it will not be an issue. If you still use PS 4 though it probably will be.

So ps5 users will have a big advantage over ps4 users then? I may have to get it if that’s the case

Well internet lag isnt gonna be affected. But any FPS stutters should be remedied simply by playing on a system that can better handle the graphics. On a PS4 they could simply fix this by turning down the graphics settings to a more smooth, playable level. But each of the last 2 years they seem to just be cranking as much out as they can and it overwhelms the PS4 in many situations. And the only setting we can tune is, and I believe it is only on PS4 Pro, is faster, balanced and sharper.

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@Red_Ted_is_back said in Playing in Minor league stadiums:

Minor league pitchers generally aren’t quite as good as major league pitchers. Unless they’re a major leaguer on rehab from an injury. So they’re easier to hit.

Don't know if you are trying to be funny but if you're serious the original poster was talking about in the game. Not real life.

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