I believe this query rather says it all:If a SS Hitter is facing a SS Pitcher, and all things are equal... what should happen if the hitter is ideal in squaring up the pitch but the pitcher is also PERFECT in timing/accuracy in their pitch?It basically says,"Should I get good-good, pitching input shouldn't mean something, give me my home " I would agree ditching is becoming harder as the season has gone, but I suppose that the majority want this sport to be more like MLB Slugfest.
If a hitter squares up it he should 100% get the better outcome. The significant pitching issue is that the ball almost never ends up where it should despite hitting the hoop accurately.No he should not, but thank you for verifying the Slugfest theory. That's not the way baseball works. If a pitcher sets the ball at a good spot/location, then get everything on his pitch (speed/spin/etc), then the pitcher usually gets the greater result.What you're saying is great pitch, great spot, great implementation.... But I had been good also, give me my homer. Why? Well since.... That is the actual definition of RNG, when it doesn't matter exactly what the pitcher does, just what the hitter input signals.
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