Which is worse?

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A) paint a perfect release just off the black that is hit out of the park on a bad swing

B) good release pitch that drifts middle middle and is crushed

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B by far

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With A yea it sucks that it gets hit out but my pitch went where I wanted it to and sometimes great pitches get hit even with bad swings, thems the breaks, B the game is forcing me to give up a run

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Yeah, I think you might be right. I find both to be frustrating. “A” bugs a lot when my opponent has not shown signs of being able to hit.

It’s surprising how often “B” happens when you are ahead by one and walk a batter because you suddenly can not throw a strike.

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I think A happens a lot bc some people will sit their pci in a spot and just wait there for sometimes 9 innings

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B and it ain't close

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Id rather have A. At least then I know I'm in control of the pitch.

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@Ikasnu said in Which is worse?:

Id rather have A. At least then I know I'm in control of the pitch.

Yeah, the feeling of being completely powerless over the outcome is so frustrating.

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If I’m get teed off on a tough location, I just satay away, at first I just assume the person is sitting there with the pci and go to other locations. Happens with up and in pitches quite often.. option 2 is just maddening

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@halfbutt said in Which is worse?:

@Ikasnu said in Which is worse?:

Id rather have A. At least then I know I'm in control of the pitch.

Yeah, the feeling of being completely powerless over the outcome is so frustrating.

With A you can say pitch went where you wanted but B is worst no need for an A. with B you have no control over what happened. I rather have A happen but B should never happen.

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I’m forming a theory that the magnet pitches, aka B, are more likely to happen in away games.

I just played one in the metrodome and could not believe how many pitches wound up in the middle of the plate in the analysis. Literally every hit my opponent had was in the middle.