Perfect pitch release SHOULD equal 🎯

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I use Pitch Meter and IMO for years I have felt that if your pitch release is PERFECT according to the feedback, your pitch should hit your target 🎯. What's the point of PERFECT pitch release if you'll still miss your target??

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to keep it simple stats wouldnt matter if you could throw a perfect all the time with a 50 control pitcher.. However perfects should be atleast close to there intended target most of the time and sometimes there really far off they deffinetly should fix that eventually im sure

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@b00std_mark_ii said in Perfect pitch release SHOULD equal 🎯:

to keep it simple stats wouldnt matter if you could throw a perfect all the time with a 50 control pitcher.. However perfects should be atleast close to there intended target most of the time and sometimes there really far off they deffinetly should fix that eventually im sure

I'd be agreeable to at least more preciseness when Pitch release is perfect.

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As a meter user since MVP 03-05, I agree but...

I understand that guaranteed perfect center PAR is a bit much. It should still fall where the ball outer edge doesn't leave the inside of the PAR.

You can't get Perfect 100% of the time with meter. Don't let anyone fool you. It wouldn't become OP to keep that ball completely inside the PAR.

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I find the more perfect the pitch with meter the more it gets hit, I ,manipulate the pitch to get it to where I want it to go, depending on the pitcher and the pitches they throw. I been using Meter since 2017 I miss pitching in that game. I had an ERA under 2 in that game online.

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Meter or pinpoint, no matter what the feedback is (even perfect or near perfect) the pitches end up in random places WAY too often. Some of the top players in the game have complained about this as well so it's not just the average Joe's like me

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Serious question

If it was 100% artificial and wherever you pitched it is where it ended up to the exact pixel.

Would that really satisfy you?

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@lewisnadasurf1_psn said in Perfect pitch release SHOULD equal 🎯:

Serious question

If it was 100% artificial and wherever you pitched it is where it ended up to the exact pixel.

Would that really satisfy you?

TBH, yes but that's not realistic as an expectation. The outcome is still going to be driven by the input of the batter.

Nobody dots 100%, but if I do everything right, I'd like it closer to what we currently get.

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I love the "good" results that are on the exact opposite side of the plate. I have "good" feedback that results in worse pitches than "very bad". I get that good means I missed by a decent amount. IMO that should at least result on being no further than a foot or so away.

At this point I am not sure what good the feedback does. Been broken for several years. At least they don't let you see your opponents PCI on their swings this year.

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@nygxnymxfan68_xbl said in Perfect pitch release SHOULD equal 🎯:

Meter or pinpoint, no matter what the feedback is (even perfect or near perfect) the pitches end up in random places WAY too often. Some of the top players in the game have complained about this as well so it's not just the average Joe's like me

yeah and as in random you mean right over the plate for a bomb at times or way off the plate even though the feedback was good or perfect. I can understand being a few inches off, but not a whole foot or more