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Help with the new ANALOG pitching option

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Help with the new ANALOG pitching option

Post by GREENERRRR on Wed 23 Feb 2011, 7:38 pm

The anolog hitting and pitching option is clearly one of the big innovations fo MLB 11... If your looking for some help with developing your ANALOG pitchiung skills - check out the link below - lots of good info here...

http://forums.theshownation.com/showthread.php?t=4240

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tip from merwen

Post by GREENERRRR on Thu 10 Mar 2011, 4:48 am

nice little tuip from merwen...

I used the camera editor to enlarge the size of my pitch meter. It seems to move a little slower, but could just be an optical illusion there. Once I reached the yellow accuracy line I push it forward somewhat swift and in the direction I want the ball to travel (left or right). The last knockout challenge I did was 8 knock out spots in 20 pitches. I did it in 9.

The little yellow arrows that best out and myself are referring to are the arrows beyond the ball inside the strike zone when you get a brief moment to aim. If you're using the 12-6 Curve ball for example, you'll see 2-3 arrows directly below the image of the ball. These are predicting where the ball will end up once crossing the plane of the strike zone.

Master these and you can put that ball anywhere.


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