I've found myself this year quitting games at a record pace. Not, always, because my opponent has taken a lead and I'm blaming it on the AI. I bail much earlier.
As soon as I see anything impossible (or what I consider so based on the situation) I just quit. I really could care less about my record. I'm hoping those that get quit against get really pissed off and do the same thing as me when they are in the same situation.
If enough people do this, perhaps, it will send enough of a shock into RS gameplay the developers might "try" to address the complete competitive farce it is. No doubt, cosmetically appealing, but true simulation it's not.
One example of what triggers this "babyish" reaction. Just quit a game at the top of the 1st. I batted first. Had Trea Turner on first base. My opponent was paying zero attention to him. I advanced him 3 bumps. He was half-way to 2nd. Trigger the steal option. My opponent throws a slow lazy curve ball that skips in the dirt. His catcher comes up firing. Throws Trea Turner out under all of those impossible conditions. I still had an out to go. But, it made me sick to my stomach and I had to purge.
And, no, Trea didn't pull a hammy coming down the line.
I just quit. 0-0 game. Made me nauseous.