Best Hitting View in MLB The Show 22

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Hitting a baseball is one of the hardest things to do in the world. Having to make contact with a ball coming in at about 90 MPH sounds impossible, yet we see some of the game's best players crush the ball with ease.

Although the level of difficulty in MLB The Show is different, it still isn't easy to hit. Instead of hitting these flaming fastballs with your bat, you have to time it up and correctly line up your PCI.

But one of the key components of hitting well in The Show is your camera angle. You can't be too far away or too close. Just like Goldilocks and the Three Bears, it has to be just right.

Best Hitting View in MLB The Show 22

Well what is the best hitting view in MLB The Show. We would have to say Strike Zone is the best.

The camera is perfectly lined up with the strike zone and has some extra room on all sides. Strike zone gives the player the best chance to hit the ball well. Compared to a lot of the others, you are much closer.

Some camera angles show the entire batter and some room behind them. Those angles are just too far and are not good to hit off of.

Other angles like pitcher view should never be used. It is practically impossible to hit a ball from the pitcher's point of view.