Perfect hits are not perfect

SDS

I’m sorry, but I should never see perfect hit of a ball in the zone trailing foul right at the pole. That makes zero sense logically or physically. I understand the perfect grounder could still be an out or a perfect line drive still get caught. But when I hit a ball perfect and get the right launch trajectory too, and I see a hr cut scene, then the ball floats just outside of the foul pole, I feel that there’s an issue there

SDS

I mean there is wind but the bigger factor is the hitters swing path. some players 'good' zone is over the plate and up the middle while others 'good' zone is in front of the plate to the pull side. you could of carried the ball on the bat which is physically possible. you can still square a ball up without perfect timing too.

SDS

Other things factor into a balls flight trajectory aside from timing , pitch location and barrel impact. There is wind , humidity , barometric pressure , altitude and so on and so on. More often then not when I get perfect/perfect something good happens , but just like in the real game of baseball , perfectly hard hit balls sometimes make outs.

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@urbanphilosophy_xbl said in Perfect hits are not perfect:

Other things factor into a balls flight trajectory aside from timing , pitch location and barrel impact. There is wind , humidity , barometric pressure , altitude and so on and so on. More often then not when I get perfect/perfect something good happens , but just like in the real game of baseball , perfectly hard hit balls sometimes make outs.

I don’t have an issue if it was an out. That’s gonna happen sometimes. I do have issue when it goes foul, because if it was deemed a perfect hit, it wouldn’t go foul right? Perfect is denoting that it a perfect centered hit(bal touched one of the 3 dots in your zone circle) and perfect timing on your swing too

SDS

Like 90 percent of my perfect/perfects are hit right to someone. That's some bs

SDS

@pennywisela25 said in Perfect hits are not perfect:

@urbanphilosophy_xbl said in Perfect hits are not perfect:

Other things factor into a balls flight trajectory aside from timing , pitch location and barrel impact. There is wind , humidity , barometric pressure , altitude and so on and so on. More often then not when I get perfect/perfect something good happens , but just like in the real game of baseball , perfectly hard hit balls sometimes make outs.

I don’t have an issue if it was an out. That’s gonna happen sometimes. I do have issue when it goes foul, because if it was deemed a perfect hit, it wouldn’t go foul right? Perfect is denoting that it a perfect centered hit(bal touched one of the 3 dots in your zone circle) and perfect timing on your swing too

I don’t take ‘perfect hit’ literal.I just take that as my input was perfect. Perfect timing and perfectly squared on the barrel. I’m not usually one to defense SDS but I think that’s more of the feedback that it’s looking to provide. A perfect hit ball will always travel to centerfield and be over the wall in my opinion

SDS

@urbanphilosophy_xbl said in Perfect hits are not perfect:

@pennywisela25 said in Perfect hits are not perfect:

@urbanphilosophy_xbl said in Perfect hits are not perfect:

Other things factor into a balls flight trajectory aside from timing , pitch location and barrel impact. There is wind , humidity , barometric pressure , altitude and so on and so on. More often then not when I get perfect/perfect something good happens , but just like in the real game of baseball , perfectly hard hit balls sometimes make outs.

I don’t have an issue if it was an out. That’s gonna happen sometimes. I do have issue when it goes foul, because if it was deemed a perfect hit, it wouldn’t go foul right? Perfect is denoting that it a perfect centered hit(bal touched one of the 3 dots in your zone circle) and perfect timing on your swing too

I don’t take ‘perfect hit’ literal.I just take that as my input was perfect. Perfect timing and perfectly squared on the barrel. I’m not usually one to defense SDS but I think that’s more of the feedback that it’s looking to provide. A perfect hit ball will always travel to centerfield and be over the wall in my opinion

See I disagree here too. If it’s a low and outside pitch, perfect would be to right field for a Righty and left for a lefty. If it’s an inside pitch, it would be opposite of above. A dead center pitch would be to dead centerfield on a perfect hit.

SDS

I hit a perfect perfect foul ball in ranked seasons that wouldve been a home run with Banks.

Was very annoyed.