Originally Posted by TSJ55
I can agree with that but I also think "a good one" can change from situation to situation as does "your zone".
Unless it is the bottom of the 9th in a tie game with a runner on third, a good one and your zone should always remain the same. At that point one run literally wins the game. Before that, you want as many runs as you can get, so don't do something that is going to lead to lesser contact.