Now I remember why I left this game

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Yup, when there is a moment the game can screw me it will. Tied 3-3 in the 8th I get 3 and yes 3 perfect perfect line outs to the earning track to retire the side. Next inning my opponent gets a late hit homer in with a ball 3 feet outside the zone. It’s crazy how even though I can get the best possible input you can get, I don’t get rewarded. It really does suck because it’s not even me at the this point, it’s the flawed game

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There were 6 perfects in the game between you and your opponent.

Two did go for outs, but only one was in the 8th inning, which was the one you hit with Dwight Evans, Corey Seager also hit one for an out in the 7th.

Though it's weird, it says Posada hit a home run on one in the 8th, but it doesn't show, so I'm going to assume he actually just out.

Even so, why stretch the truth a bit? That would mean you did hit 3 in the game, (Which is ridiculous I'll grant you that), but it wasn't three perfects in the 8th inning. Just tell it like it is

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And yet you are still here posting

I'm sorry but I'm not buying into you little pity party. Boo hoo life sucks and its not fair and sometimes neither is this game it happens I'm sure there 100 othe examples when the game swung your way but I sure in those cases it was all skill and in now way the game "helping you".

If this game bugs you stop playing and dont come back it's that simple because coming on here wont change anything, want to know why is because SDS doesn't really care about what you say about perfect perfect as they have data that would dispute your claim and in fact shared it with the community. Do your self a favor find a differnt game then do us all a favour and go play it and leave this forum along which for the time being has been alot of fun and engaging

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People are saying the best thing to do when you get fact checked is to run away.

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@eatyum said in Now I remember why I left this game:

There were 6 perfects in the game between you and your opponent.

Two did go for outs, but only one was in the 8th inning, which was the one you hit with Dwight Evans, Corey Seager also hit one for an out in the 7th.

Though it's weird, it says Posada hit a home run on one in the 8th, but it doesn't show, so I'm going to assume he actually just out.

Even so, why stretch the truth a bit? That would mean you did hit 3 in the game, (Which is ridiculous I'll grant you that), but it wasn't three perfects in the 8th inning. Just tell it like it is
I could’ve sworn it was 3 in a row. If you can see were they good goods? Maybe that’s where I was wrong?

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@SVTJOEY760 said in Now I remember why I left this game:

@eatyum said in Now I remember why I left this game:

There were 6 perfects in the game between you and your opponent.

Two did go for outs, but only one was in the 8th inning, which was the one you hit with Dwight Evans, Corey Seager also hit one for an out in the 7th.

Though it's weird, it says Posada hit a home run on one in the 8th, but it doesn't show, so I'm going to assume he actually just out.

Even so, why stretch the truth a bit? That would mean you did hit 3 in the game, (Which is ridiculous I'll grant you that), but it wasn't three perfects in the 8th inning. Just tell it like it is
I could’ve sworn it was 3 in a row. If you can see were they good goods? Maybe that’s where I was wrong?

Box scores only show perfect/perfects, doesn't list good/goods or anything like that.

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@eatyum said in Now I remember why I left this game:

@SVTJOEY760 said in Now I remember why I left this game:

@eatyum said in Now I remember why I left this game:

There were 6 perfects in the game between you and your opponent.

Two did go for outs, but only one was in the 8th inning, which was the one you hit with Dwight Evans, Corey Seager also hit one for an out in the 7th.

Though it's weird, it says Posada hit a home run on one in the 8th, but it doesn't show, so I'm going to assume he actually just out.

Even so, why stretch the truth a bit? That would mean you did hit 3 in the game, (Which is ridiculous I'll grant you that), but it wasn't three perfects in the 8th inning. Just tell it like it is
I could’ve sworn it was 3 in a row. If you can see were they good goods? Maybe that’s where I was wrong?

Box scores only show perfect/perfects, doesn't list good/goods or anything like that.
Yea I think that’s where I’m wrong then because I remember I had hard contact that resulted in line outs. I could’ve sworn they were perfect perfects but I was wrong

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@eatyum said in Now I remember why I left this game:

There were 6 perfects in the game between you and your opponent.

Two did go for outs, but only one was in the 8th inning, which was the one you hit with Dwight Evans, Corey Seager also hit one for an out in the 7th.

Though it's weird, it says Posada hit a home run on one in the 8th, but it doesn't show, so I'm going to assume he actually just out.

Even so, why stretch the truth a bit? That would mean you did hit 3 in the game, (Which is ridiculous I'll grant you that), but it wasn't three perfects in the 8th inning. Just tell it like it is

The exaggeration that makes me laugh is the 3 ft outside the zone one, 3 ft from the plate isn't even within the batters boxes, so he hit a homer on a pitch behind him or one past the other box and the dude must have 8 ft long arms to do that

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Game always has some weird stuff. I hit 7 to the track earlier, I don’t think any were perfect but at least a few of them should have left the yard with the feedback I did get. Super frustrating. Not to mention I kept getting ground balls that went for hits, a ball between miggys legs that would have saved a run, then a slow turned dp that cost me a run..... on the bright side Thames hit 3 bombs but I lost by one..... rough game for sure.

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@PAinPA said in Now I remember why I left this game:

@eatyum said in Now I remember why I left this game:

There were 6 perfects in the game between you and your opponent.

Two did go for outs, but only one was in the 8th inning, which was the one you hit with Dwight Evans, Corey Seager also hit one for an out in the 7th.

Though it's weird, it says Posada hit a home run on one in the 8th, but it doesn't show, so I'm going to assume he actually just out.

Even so, why stretch the truth a bit? That would mean you did hit 3 in the game, (Which is ridiculous I'll grant you that), but it wasn't three perfects in the 8th inning. Just tell it like it is

The exaggeration that makes me laugh is the 3 ft outside the zone one, 3 ft from the plate isn't even within the batters boxes, so he hit a homer on a pitch behind him or one past the other box and the dude must have 8 ft long arms to do that.
Obviously you don’t know exaggeration retard. Clearly a boomer like you doesn’t know when someone was exaggerating or not. If you need it to be explained clearly it was a hit that not even the pci can reach.

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Dropping the 'R' word isn't a good look man

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Probably shouldn't drop the R word especially when you can't even figure out how to properly quote and respond instead of having your response jumbled up in the other persons post.

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@CDNMoneyMaker93 said in Now I remember why I left this game:

And yet you are still here posting

I'm sorry but I'm not buying into you little pity party. Boo hoo life sucks and its not fair and sometimes neither is this game it happens I'm sure there 100 othe examples when the game swung your way but I sure in those cases it was all skill and in now way the game "helping you".

If this game bugs you stop playing and dont come back it's that simple because coming on here wont change anything, want to know why is because SDS doesn't really care about what you say about perfect perfect as they have data that would dispute your claim and in fact shared it with the community. Do your self a favor find a differnt game then do us all a favour and go play it and leave this forum along which for the time being has been alot of fun and engaging

Excellent points but I wouldn't go with of 100% of the "data" considering they told us last year moments were not on level they said they were on. Basically they were dishonest to encourage you to play moments....dishonest manipulation..whatever you want to call it.

Once you lose my trust you lose my trust. Not trying to start an argument just not sure if you were around last year for that admission

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@tomivory23 said in Now I remember why I left this game:

@CDNMoneyMaker93 said in Now I remember why I left this game:

And yet you are still here posting

I'm sorry but I'm not buying into you little pity party. Boo hoo life sucks and its not fair and sometimes neither is this game it happens I'm sure there 100 othe examples when the game swung your way but I sure in those cases it was all skill and in now way the game "helping you".

If this game bugs you stop playing and dont come back it's that simple because coming on here wont change anything, want to know why is because SDS doesn't really care about what you say about perfect perfect as they have data that would dispute your claim and in fact shared it with the community. Do your self a favor find a differnt game then do us all a favour and go play it and leave this forum along which for the time being has been alot of fun and engaging

Excellent points but I wouldn't go with of 100% of the "data" considering they told us last year moments were not on level they said they were on. Basically they were dishonest to encourage you to play moments....dishonest manipulation..whatever you want to call it.

Once you lose my trust you lose my trust. Not trying to start an argument just not sure if you were around last year for that admission

I do remember that but I thought that was a bug that was affecting the moments difficulty as it was fixed in a patch and from that point moments seemed better

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I don’t care if this guy exaggerated or not. It’s a gaming forum. Much like fishermen at the camp exaggerating the size of fish, Gamers do the same thing.

What does get me though is that someone would take the time to hop onto their PS4 then look up this guy, Go to his game history & analyze/read up on his past games so they can then “expose” him on here. Just wow. People are just terrible human beings anymore.

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@Steelerof3Rivers said in Now I remember why I left this game:

I don’t care if this guy exaggerated or not. It’s a gaming forum. Much like fishermen at the camp exaggerating the size of fish, Gamers do the same thing.

What does get me though is that someone would take the time to hop onto their PS4 then look up this guy, Go to his game history & analyze/read up on his past games so they can then “expose” him on here. Just wow. People are just terrible human beings anymore.

I don’t believe skepticism and using the process of verification makes one a “terrible human being.”

On the contrary, the world would be in a much better state if this was more common among the masses.

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@Steelerof3Rivers said in Now I remember why I left this game:

I don’t care if this guy exaggerated or not. It’s a gaming forum. Much like fishermen at the camp exaggerating the size of fish, Gamers do the same thing.

What does get me though is that someone would take the time to hop onto their PS4 then look up this guy, Go to his game history & analyze/read up on his past games so they can then “expose” him on here. Just wow. People are just terrible human beings anymore.

You can do it right here on the website.

There is a difference between exaggeration and lying. This is the latter, not the former.

The real WOW here is that you would defend a guy who lies to gain the sympathy from the community when in reality, we have ALL been there and gotten that lousy Perfect-Perfect out and our opponent beat us on a late oppo-taco out of the zone out of the contact circle and withing the vision circle.

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Most of this thread is cringe. Yeah he exaggerated and don't say the R word, but the whole sleuthing people and interrogating them on everything they said isn't any better.

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@eatyum said in Now I remember why I left this game:

There were 6 perfects in the game between you and your opponent.

Two did go for outs, but only one was in the 8th inning, which was the one you hit with Dwight Evans, Corey Seager also hit one for an out in the 7th.

Though it's weird, it says Posada hit a home run on one in the 8th, but it doesn't show, so I'm going to assume he actually just out.

Even so, why stretch the truth a bit? That would mean you did hit 3 in the game, (Which is ridiculous I'll grant you that), but it wasn't three perfects in the 8th inning. Just tell it like it is

Who in the world goes out and researches someone's rant in an attempt to disprove some minor detail, and then points out the OP was "stretching the truth". Then try to break the post down into some realm of plausibility.

I can tell you who. Someone that has a serious agenda to support a narrative that this game is anything but an RNG.

And, that's ok. But, c'mon, whether it's someone that works for SDS or has a reason to support the game...wouldn't it be better to just ignore the posts that, for the most part, speak the truth about the game. Other than attacking the integrity, reasoning, eyesight, etc of the poster.

You would have to be 9, or very gullible and older, to not understand that MLB the Show is an RNG. The AI dictates the outcome. But, we still have fun with it.

But it's a bummer when ppl try to insult your intelligence by suggesting you're mistaken, lying, "stretching the truth" when you point out the obvious. Whole gang jumps on you with the "conspiracy" or "you're just bad" posts. The weakest is "Well, so-and-so is really good at it so it has to be genuine".

There are no good and bad players in an RNG..there is the AI that, often, determines the outcome. When the code is flowing well and the AI control is subtle and plausible..it's a whole lot of fun.

It's a lot easier to ignore the RNG when you're on the winning side of the randomizer. When you lose it just screams at you.

And, that's what it is. But, I've only been playing for a few weeks so may be mistaken.

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@SVTJOEY760 said in Now I remember why I left this game:

Yup, when there is a moment the game can screw me it will. Tied 3-3 in the 8th I get 3 and yes 3 perfect perfect line outs to the earning track to retire the side. Next inning my opponent gets a late hit homer in with a ball 3 feet outside the zone. It’s crazy how even though I can get the best possible input you can get, I don’t get rewarded. It really does suck because it’s not even me at the this point, it’s the flawed game

I thought you left this game.