I usually listen to the catcher's pitch selection but not always location. I don't throw the same pitch 3 times in a row if they want me too
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Or if you do, do it or quit after a dinger lands. I never quit though because I try to figure out how to get outs and maybe I'll come back. I like the challenge
I have Mookie at second and his diamond fielding there is fantastic. I hit my longest dinger with him too. He's so clutch for me on offense and defense. I have 99 Jackie Robinson at 1st
I've had worse things happen at the plate. No doubt that that was a terrible call, but my catcher (91 Pudge) will occasionally stand in front of the plate with the ball in his glove and won't move an inch to try to tag a runner coming home. I remember it happening at least once on a dropped third strike
I enjoy pitching with Kluber, Newhouser, and Orel. All 3 are great and when I'm on with Dustin May, he is lights out. For the lower tier diamonds, I like pitching with Kershaw. It seems like most people have a hard time picking up the pitches. I also have Graterol in my rotation
@olivegarden2 said in Early thoughts on Paxton?:
He sucked on all star in my 1 start. Couldn’t find that put away pitch.
I have yet to pitch with him, but when I face him, I can also stay alive on a 2 strike count for a long time unless I get completely fooled or mess up timing.
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Swing early, swing often. He has been a monster for me. 47 homeruns, 100 RBI'S, and a batting average over 400. Needless to say he's the best card I've ever used in the show's history.
Swing early meaning the guy has a long swing ?
They're saying he pulls more dingers than goes oppo