friends, community, players that need help....

I will start by saying this game isn't perfect but, it's far more entertaining and more realistic than most out there.
Don't give up! I want to say ...I as a new zone/ buttons, Strike zone camera guy has seen results that Have got me pumped! If you are still trying to figure out things like I did....THIS IS THE BEST ROUTE to go. You will see results! Please give it a try and practice, practice. ..practice! I'm getting better and i just wanted to share my experience with the community. I love you guys, specifically the girls....but don't EVER give up! Don't worry about your records. Lol, it's impossible to predict. But keep on keeping on. All my best wishes fans.

I change occasionally to button accuracy for fielding throws because everyone says its the way to go and I can't time it to save my life. After a handful of errors, I usually just switch back to regular buttons. If anyone who uses button accuracy throwing wants to share tips, I'd love to hear them.

@falconman71 wha???? There are females in this community that play the game??? Kidding right. I guess there might be one that’s a Phillies fan but they are 0-2 and didn’t start out well 😩

I remember PSN ID’s too well from years of playing I guess

@bhall09 said in friends, community, players that need help....:

I change occasionally to button accuracy for fielding throws because everyone says its the way to go and I can't time it to save my life. After a handful of errors, I usually just switch back to regular buttons. If anyone who uses button accuracy throwing wants to share tips, I'd love to hear them.

I would just practice while in conquest games on rookie difficulty. When I played the Beta, it was a challenge (because it was faster than ‘19) but after a while, I can even get the throw home accuracy meter and catcher meter perfect 99 percent of the time. Just keep at it.

I also preload throws from the OF on fly balls when no one is on base just for extra practice.

@bhall09 said in friends, community, players that need help....:

I change occasionally to button accuracy for fielding throws because everyone says its the way to go and I can't time it to save my life. After a handful of errors, I usually just switch back to regular buttons. If anyone who uses button accuracy throwing wants to share tips, I'd love to hear them.

The best advice is to not look at the meter. That may sound odd but it really is about timing.

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