Whats the point of a good pitch if its not going to go in the spot you pick?

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Hitters have Perfect/Perfect yet pitchers can't hit a corner on a good pitch? I use Pure Analog, anyone have success with another method?

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There is no point, it’s just an added feature to help hitters this year hence why they haven’t fixed it yet.

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No, pitching is just incredibly hard and random.

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Feel like if you are going to reward a hitter for his pinpoint with the PCI shouldn't you be allowed to pinpoint pitching on good timed pitches?

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I use pure analog, outfield view, and classic on for location. I used to use strike zone for view and pitch trail on for location after switching about 10 days ago I've hung way less pitches, not perfect by any stretch but much better than when I was using pitch trail.

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@skepple15 said in Whats the point of a good pitch if its not going to go in the spot you pick?:

I use pure analog, outfield view, and classic on for location. I used to use strike zone for view and pitch trail on for location after switching about 10 days ago I've hung way less pitches, not perfect by any stretch but much better than when I was using pitch trail.

Why do you think that is? Maybe overcompensating the break (in a good way)?

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@genopolanco said in Whats the point of a good pitch if its not going to go in the spot you pick?:

@skepple15 said in Whats the point of a good pitch if its not going to go in the spot you pick?:

I use pure analog, outfield view, and classic on for location. I used to use strike zone for view and pitch trail on for location after switching about 10 days ago I've hung way less pitches, not perfect by any stretch but much better than when I was using pitch trail.

Why do you think that is? Maybe overcompensating the break (in a good way)?

I wish I knew, but I know with classic where the arrows end is where the ball usually ends up on good releases, I wasn't finding that with pitch trail, I think there's something to the overcompensation for break.