I find that hard to believe when I get matched up against a .500 player yet end up losing. A game in which I get a total of 14 hits that are considered hard hit balls by the batter analysis. Yet end up having 6 of those hard hit balls result in an out. Yet my opponent gets 11 hard hit balls and 9 of them end up as hits. I had 2 good/good balls end up as a double play and one perfect/perfect that resulted in a double play. I outplayed him in every aspect, I struck him out twice as much as he struck me out, had more hard hit balls put in play, worked the count and drove his pitch count up higher, forced him to walk my batters, and swung at good pitches to hit, I pretty much did everything right, yet I lost.
I know I can’t win every game and I’m not entitled to a win but it’s really frustrating when you are in a division that plays on HOF difficulty and 2/3 games end up being played on all star and you lose both because they are home run derby’s and it really just boils down to chance because anyone can hit on all star. This game, feels like it’s nothing more than a [censored] shoot (especially on all star difficulty, when anyone who has eyes and two hands can compete with good players because All star difficulty is an absolute joke.