Baseball scorekeeping is the practice of recording the details of a baseball game as it unfolds. Professional baseball leagues hire official scorers to keep an. and score baseball games, and how to find some simple baseball data on (It is a text file, so make sure you choose the right file type.) 4. I score games whenever I go to them through the program (weekend games as I (ll) Thanks, didnt know about the filetype trick.

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These are scorecards that I’ve created using Microsoft Excel 97 for Windows. They are not as sophisticated as some of the commercial scorecards, but I’ve found them quite usable.

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They are available as Excel files or as Adobe Acrobat files. It contains spaces to mark the count against the batter. You will need Adobe Acrobat Viewer 4. It now has a place to mark the attendance and also numbers the batter positions. He likes to keep a scorecard while we are at the game, but he is only interested in charting the players’ progress around the bases.

So, I made a card that is easy for him to use and does not include batting or pitching statistics. Home is a diamond. He used to draw lines between the bases but stopped when he realized that he could place his notations between the bases instead of in the corners. At the bottom of each badeball is a place to record runs for the inning and to keep a running score.

If you decide to download the Excel version, make sure you have the WingDings 2 filstype installed on baxeball system. Otherwise, the characters in the scoreboxes will not show up properly.

All Scorecards This is a zip file containing all of the scorecards listed above. I would like to thank everyone who has contributed to this download page. Many people have written to thank me for providing a variety of free scorecards. It is the people that have contributed to this scoore who deserve their gratitude.

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If you would like to contribute a file, send it in baaseball e-mail. In the e-mail give a short description of your file and let me know how you want to be credited. If you do not give explicit permission allowing me to use your full name, I will use your first name and last initial or just your intials, depending on how much information you provide.


I only update the site about once a month. So, please do not get too concerned if crd don’t see your submission right away. If more than a month has gone fildtype and you haven’t seen your submission, it could be that I lost your e-mail due to some technical problem. Feel free to send me a reminder if you think I’ve forgotten about you.

This link will take you to the Adobe download site. AM Scorecard Alan M. The Zip file contains two Excel Spreadsheets.

One is a tiletype. The other is a stat sheet. AO Scorecard Alex O. He provided it in both Adobe Acrobat and Microsoft Excel format. BA Scorecard Bret A. It was created for legal size paper. Baseball Scorecard Tutorial Terry Roberts created a.

You will need the Adobe Acrobat Reader to view and print the file. You may have to right click on the link in order to save the file. BB Scorecard Bob Bridges sent in this compact scorecard. BR Scorecard Bret R. It is formatted for legal size paper. One is scote an 11×17 format, the other is 8x If you have a program that is capable of importing a. The two files have been zipped into one for downloading. You will need a program that can “unzip” them in order to use them.

DS Scorecards “Since most scorers are more interested in one team than the other, the attached p1 sheets are for the “home” or wcore team, while p2 versions are for the “enemy” team. These sheets were created for youth play 7 innings. One set allows pitch-tracking in the barely-visible circles within each batter’s square, and includes columns for total balls pitched B and strikes thrown S by each bsaeball.

To more closely adhere to newspaper box scores, the B could be changed to P total Pitches. They all get recorded in the one big basebalk, keeping the number of G’s in the lower left, L’s in scoore center, and F’s and P’s in the upper right, separated by a slash. Sears, a certified scorer in Cincinnati, Ohio, created these scorecards and provided the description. It was submitted by a “Dugout Dad” who did not provide his name.

The card can be folded in half scire result in a 5 x 5. DW2 Scorecard Dave W. EL Scorecard Eric S. This scorecard is in Microsoft Excel format. A text file containing David’s explanation of their use is included.

It is provided in Adobe Acrobat pdf and Microsoft Excel format. JJ Scorecard Jeff J. The first scorecard can be used for any game. The second is customized for Cincinnati Reds fans. JL Scorecard Joe L.


He also added some scoring notes to the bottom of the page. You’ll need a very fine tipped pencil or pen to use this sheet. JP Scorecard John P. JR Scorecard Jim R. If you liked the horizontal scorecard the way it is, be sure to take a look at this one to see the extra features Jim added. It includes a lineup card and pages to track individual player statistics.

The scorecard is formatted to fit on legal size paper 8.

MC Scorecard Matthew C. It has room for 17 batters. MN Scorecard Mike N. Each girl plays a different position every inning and he needed an easy way to track the moves. I was able to open it in Excel Newton’s Scorecard A scorecard created by Newton, a frequent contributor to the Clubhouse. This file is in Adobe Acrobat format. So, you will need the Acrobat Reader to view it. Pitch Tracker Here’s something a little different.

He uses it to track his son’s pitching. I was able to open it with Excel RR Scorecard Robert R. One is for American league games. The other for National League games. Shane has provided the scorecard in pdf and Visio format.

Here is his description. There is room for 10 pitches per batter, as well as a row at top to record the number of pitches NP and number of strikes NS per inning. This scorecard is meant to be printed in color, but black and white works as well.

Scorecard Cell Paul R. Scoring I was asked by a minor league ball club to create a one page scoring guide for their game program.

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Statistics Spreadsheet Matt S. Tim Scorecard Tim created this Microsoft Word scorecard for his son. TM Scorecard Trisha M.

It has room for 16 players, but only 6 innings. TW Scorecard Todd W. Youth Baseball Scorecard Russ S. There is room for 15 batters. Since most youth leagues require every child to play a minimum number of innings, Russ has included a set of columns to track which innings each child has played.