What is the best hitting view for a player who is constantly late.

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I know it's pretty late in the year to ask for tips but I'm always looking to get better. So I'm late on a lot of pitches consistently like I'm in the green late. How do I fix this I guess you need to early in this game. What hitting view should I be using?

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I've always found that Strike Zone is the best when it comes to timing

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I used all types of Strike Zone views. And I am consistently late. I think I need to use wide.

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@Swissy14 said in What is the best hitting view for a player who is constantly late.:

I used all types of Strike Zone views. And I am consistently late. I think I need to use wide.

Also try retro.

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I use Strike zone to hit strike zone 2 to pitch. Practice swinging crazily early until you’re out in front of 102, like literally waste a few ABs by swinging the instant the ball leaves the pitchers hand like a total idiot until you inevitably strike out on three straight pitches. Sounds crazy, I know, but it works for me sometimes and gets the bat speed up.

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i use the mlb 15 view

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@Swissy14 said in What is the best hitting view for a player who is constantly late.:

I know it's pretty late in the year to ask for tips but I'm always looking to get better. So I'm late on a lot of pitches consistently like I'm in the green late. How do I fix this I guess you need to early in this game. What hitting view should I be using?

Main focus should be pitchers cap and release point, stay on the pitchers cap and release point at the top of the strike zone. Your batters leg kick is on time with every pitch fastballs and slow stuff. Use the corner of your eye focused on letting the batters foot plant and always look to hit the ball to opposite field.

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@DIRTYdp253 said in What is the best hitting view for a player who is constantly late.:

@Swissy14 said in What is the best hitting view for a player who is constantly late.:

I know it's pretty late in the year to ask for tips but I'm always looking to get better. So I'm late on a lot of pitches consistently like I'm in the green late. How do I fix this I guess you need to early in this game. What hitting view should I be using?

Main focus should be pitchers cap and release point, stay on the pitchers cap and release point at the top of the strike zone. Your batters leg kick is on time with every pitch fastballs and slow stuff. Use the corner of your eye focused on letting the batters foot plant and always look to hit the ball to opposite field.

That's really good advice. The Show takes a lot of practice... I'd stick with a Strike Zone view and just practice and practice. Eventually the pitches really do look slower and you'll be able to catch up to them better.

But... everyone is different. That's just my opinion.

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@Big_Daddy_Kaine said in What is the best hitting view for a player who is constantly late.:

@DIRTYdp253 said in What is the best hitting view for a player who is constantly late.:

@Swissy14 said in What is the best hitting view for a player who is constantly late.:

I know it's pretty late in the year to ask for tips but I'm always looking to get better. So I'm late on a lot of pitches consistently like I'm in the green late. How do I fix this I guess you need to early in this game. What hitting view should I be using?

Main focus should be pitchers cap and release point, stay on the pitchers cap and release point at the top of the strike zone. Your batters leg kick is on time with every pitch fastballs and slow stuff. Use the corner of your eye focused on letting the batters foot plant and always look to hit the ball to opposite field.

That's really good advice. The Show takes a lot of practice... I'd stick with a Strike Zone view and just practice and practice. Eventually the pitches really do look slower and you'll be able to catch up to them better.

But... everyone is different. That's just my opinion.

Thanks
Strike zone view and zone hitting are superior, its like driving an automatic vs a manual you can make a manual do things an automatic cant.