So, I'm in year 2027 in RTTS.
Last night, in the same game, I broke Rickey Henderson's 1982 single season steal record of 130 and I broke the 1930 single season RBI record or 191.
The announcers didn't say anything. After the steal, they did a normal highlight and nothing else, and after a double to drive in the run, they commented on the pitching coach going to the mound to talk to the pitcher.
Stats and records are more important to baseball than any other sport and it's highly disappointing to see records that have stood for nearly 100 years fall and not a word is mentioned in game about it.
It's odd, and honestly pretty stupid, that for 400 HR, (in the 5th inning of a regular season game) there's an I game moment where my player takes a curtain call, his whole team greets him at home plate, yet for these huge monumental records, not a single word.
Please fix this for next year.
This is honestly the most disappointed I've ever been in this game.
Funny - I broke Ricky Henderson's single season and all-time record in the 2019 version. The single season record was not recognized, but the all-time one was. Frustrating.
It just anniys me that hr milestones are covered, but all time records in other categories aren't.
Baseball is about stats and history more than any other sport and missing on those moments is a huge miss for this franchise.
Could not agree more
I got a +gain in the postgame log for breaking the season strikeout record.
They Talked about it when I Came close to, Tied, and broke Dimaggio's Hit Streak of 57 games.
And For Most HRs in a season.
Maybe it's just selective?
Update: 10 games and 14 rbi later, they finally said something about it.
Still nothing about my stolen bases record and I'm at 150 and counting now.