Oddest Game In Ages

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Matched up with an opponent only 3 off of my rating (pre-game). I won't mention his or her name here for reasons which will become obvious momentarily.

Walter Johnson was my SP. His lines:
• 6.0 IP, 1 H, 0 R, 0 ER, 0 BB, 19 SO
• Hitting: 3 AB, 1 R, 3 H

I checked after the game and learned that my opponent is now 6-24. Not being cruel or anything, but the thing which is now truly baffling me is how he/she/it has won six times. Of the 19 strikeouts, contact was made - at all, any point - in three or four plate appearances.

I admire the determination of playing six full innings. The quit came after I had my closer start warming up so that I could get some counting stats on his Prestige program.

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Man he should have just stayed in the game...if he hadn't had any luck during the six for sure he would have had his " inning " in the 7th or 8th. At least enough encouragement to play another game.....dont give up people!! Especially in mlb the show '19 & 20

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@Onyx_Hokie_2 said in Oddest Game In Ages:

Matched up with an opponent only 3 off of my rating (pre-game). I won't mention his or her name here for reasons which will become obvious momentarily.

Walter Johnson was my SP. His lines:
• 6.0 IP, 1 H, 0 R, 0 ER, 0 BB, 19 SO
• Hitting: 3 AB, 1 R, 3 H

I checked after the game and learned that my opponent is now 6-24. Not being cruel or anything, but the thing which is now truly baffling me is how he/she/it has won six times. Of the 19 strikeouts, contact was made - at all, any point - in three or four plate appearances.

I admire the determination of playing six full innings. The quit came after I had my closer start warming up so that I could get some counting stats on his Prestige program.

Sometimes, i feel bad how bad someone can be, and i know that sounds cruel. Exotic_Combs said to me once, go to custom practice, and notch the difficulty to HOF/L. If you have 6 wins, you should know by now that you need some guidance. Or skill. So the practice can help. Even BR is helpful. Its good practice with players you do not usually use. Just something to improve your adroitness.

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Never know who's on the other side of that screen people. Who cares.

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I have my share of terrible games but I have a winning record. Most of my losses are me being in a bad head space so I get in my own head. Also my guys can't find gaps to save their lives or the out fielder travels 100 feet to snag a 100+ line drive in the left center gap. But mostly it's because I suck lol and I know I do sometimes I wonder how I have over 80 wins and less than 55 losses

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I played a guy that swung at EVERY SINGLE PITCH and had a similar outcome. Excepct I had several barreled balls nerfed and multiple outs right at guys all game. It was 0-0 in the 7th and he had 18ks. That inning when he was batting there was an error, a bloop hit over the 1bs head, and then a 3 run homer. I ended up winning in the bottom of the 9th.

There are some people that swing at every single pitch because they know that eventually the game is going to groove one down the middle despite the users input and they will be rewarded.

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@AlphaDag13 said in Oddest Game In Ages:

I played a guy that swung at EVERY SINGLE PITCH and had a similar outcome. Excepct I had several barreled balls nerfed and multiple outs right at guys all game. It was 0-0 in the 7th and he had 18ks. That inning when he was batting there was an error, a bloop hit over the 1bs head, and then a 3 run homer. I ended up winning in the bottom of the 9th.

There are some people that swing at every single pitch because they know that eventually the game is going to groove one down the middle despite the users input and they will be rewarded.

Happens on a regular basis. The worse the player the more lineouts I have.

The most baffling thing I experienced no exaggeration...was today I played a showdown...16 out showdown

Out of my 16 outs 4 were perfect perfect. And 10 were good good.

What’s the point. The game is just a random series of algorithms.