Two part question about pitching

SDS

Ok. So I assume that most of the community uses PPP.

How does this actually work? Do you first select a pitch by pressing a button or do you start with just moving the joystick in the direction associated with the pitch?

Part two to come after I get some clarification on how to use PPP.

SDS

You pick the pitch. The left joystick is location and the right joystick is the pattern. Anything other than that I do not know.

SDS

Small peter use meter

SDS

@nonessential_mlbts said in Two part question about pitching:

You pick the pitch. The left joystick is location and the right joystick is the pattern. Anything other than that I do not know.

Ok. So if I understand you:

  1. You select the pitch by pressing a button(?)

  2. You select the location with the left joystick

  3. You start the pattern with the right joystick.

Is that correct?

SDS

@mrxbaseballx2k22_psn said in Two part question about pitching:

@nonessential_mlbts said in Two part question about pitching:

You pick the pitch. The left joystick is location and the right joystick is the pattern. Anything other than that I do not know.

Ok. So if I understand you:

  1. You select the pitch by pressing a button(?)

  2. You select the location with the left joystick

  3. You start the pattern with the right joystick.

Is that correct?

This is correct

SDS

@mrwonderful95 said in Two part question about pitching:

@mrxbaseballx2k22_psn said in Two part question about pitching:

@nonessential_mlbts said in Two part question about pitching:

You pick the pitch. The left joystick is location and the right joystick is the pattern. Anything other than that I do not know.

Ok. So if I understand you:

  1. You select the pitch by pressing a button(?)

  2. You select the location with the left joystick

  3. You start the pattern with the right joystick.

Is that correct?

This is correct

Ok. So if someone using PPP has to go through those 3 different motions to pitch the ball, and most time you can't start those motions until AFTER the previous pitch registers; I would assume to say that if they're releasing the pitch within a sec AFTER my batter gets to the plate; they are quick pitching?

Scenario: as soon as u take the pitch my screen 'flips' to the pitcher holding the ball. But within less than a sec; that pitcher is in their windup. (Half the time I can't even move my PCI UNTIL after the pitch is being released)

Is this not quick pitching? (Not side stepping)

How can someone get all three of those steps done BEFORE I can even move my PCI?

Quick pitching is a very touchy subject because you can't really prove if they are doing it.

I just don't know why SDS can't implement something in the coding that won't allow the pitcher to select their pitch (usually the first step in multiple steps) until a certain timeframe.

SDS

Was this an event game? Alot of players want to get in and get out. They win they win. The lose oh well. No loss.

SDS

@nonessential_mlbts said in Two part question about pitching:

Was this an event game? Alot of players want to get in and get out. They win they win. The lose oh well. No loss.

Yes. But it shouldn't matter if it's an Event game, a BR game, or a Ranked Game.

Especially when there is a week until the Event is over and it caps out at 30 wins.