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Please help with rtts batting

#1tnt1369Posted 3/13/2011 8:12:11 PM
hey, so ive been playing RTTS and i noticed that i suck at batting. My player is stacked his power and contact is at 99 same with VIS, CLT and DISC and i still only have 13 hr with one month left in the season. i have a .335 avg
179 ab with 60 hits ( im still a rookie).

so if anyone out there is amazing at batting please give me some tips. I also heard something about adjusting the sliders to make it easier. Thanks
#2Beach86Posted 3/13/2011 8:47:31 PM
I'd just adjust all the sliders and turn down the difficulty if you think your habit problems. How did you get max in those stats already. Did you buy points? That batting average is good, not sure why you think your not doing good. It just takes time and practice. I'm batting .393 with 14 hr with all my stats in the 30's and power in 50's.
#3Mike1494Posted 3/13/2011 10:40:53 PM
.335 is fine, and if those 179 AB became 540 for a full season you'd have 40 homers. Not sure what the problem is.
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#4tnt1369(Topic Creator)Posted 3/13/2011 11:34:22 PM
i did buy points because i didnt like grounding out 100 times in the beginning. I know its not that bad i just thought i would be killing it when i got 99 of everything.
#5decolley25Posted 3/14/2011 12:20:38 AM
Why would it be fun if you had better stats than an MLB MVP in the beginning of your career in AA ball? I mean, what's the point of doing RttS if all you want to do is hammer the ball? Just play franchise mode as Albert Pujols or something.

Anyway, back to the topic, your stats are great considering your ABs and hits. What about your slugging? That's probably going to be more indicative of how well your training points paid off than just your base average.
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#6IzisviAziriaPosted 3/14/2011 12:26:07 AM
wait, this isn't a joke topic?

If you want more than 40 HR's in a season and a .400+ batting average, you should probably look into 2K. Or maybe backyard baseball.
#7tnt1369(Topic Creator)Posted 3/14/2011 2:12:14 PM
I know there good stats but im just trying to tighten up my hitting skills i just wanna know if there are any certain ways to go about hitting. like dont swing on the first pitch u know stuff like that