With every new release of MLB The Show, there are people who jump right in and find success on the mound while others struggle a bit with their pitching. If you find yourself in the latter category, SGO’s MLB The Show expert Ransom is here with some advice on making you the best pitcher you can be in MLB The Show 20.
If you missed our review of MLB The Show 20, you can read it here. For more on gameplay in MLB The Show, you can read our thoughts on it from our review of the game below:
Sony San Diego doesn’t disappoint with its promise of rewarding good hitting this year. An overhaul of the game’s hitting engine and revamped plate coverage indicator provides a fresh new perspective and feel to swing the bat this year.
While hitting on dynamic difficulty as well as legend, power hitters truly felt powerful and contact hitters placed the ball all over the field. Hitting felt natural again. However, perfect-perfect feedback still ended up being line outs occasionally with low power hitters. But not to be discouraged, many perfect-perfect hits by contacts hitters resulted in more line drive grounders and base hits. I did notice my propensity to foul off multiple pitches on late swings. Purists of The Show no doubt would like to see a greater portion of foul offs as whiffs rather than another opportunity for their opponent to have hitting success.
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