I have been playing High Heat Major League Baseball 2003 for the ps2 (which according to many reviews plays the best out of all current ps2 video games) for the past couple of weeks. The physics in this game are so bad. The ball just stops rolling in the outfield for no reason and the physics off of the bat are terrible. So here is my question: why can't developers seem to get baseball right? I think great strides have been made in many other sports games (mostly football) to get them as real as possible as baseball lags year after year. As I think back, the best baseball games I played were on 8bit and 16bit systems. Do you think they will ever iron out the kinks or do we just have to deal with crappy baseball games?