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BASEBALL BY THE NUMBERS DIFFERENCES:

THE SCOREBOX

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BASEBALL BY THE NUMBERS DIFFERENCES:

THE SCOREBOX

The copyrighted Baseball by the Numbers scorebox is the heart of our scorekeeping system. The box is compact, yet roomy enough to record all the data you need on each player during their turn at bat.

CENTER
Allows you to account for a runner's progress from base to base, record how an out occurred, and indicate a run scored.

LEFT
Allows you to circle a base hit; a walk, hit by pitched ball, or sacrifice out (none of which count against the batter as a time at bat); or a fielder's choice.

TOP
Allows you to record balls and strikes, a strike out, and the field location of a base hit.

RIGHT
Allows you to neatly indicate the first batter in the inning, the point at which a player is substituted, when a change in pitchers takes place, and whether a run scored is "earned" or "unearned."

BOTTOM
Allows you to mark runs batted in and record the number of outs in the inning. This is the full scorebox. It allows you to record more data than other baseball scorebooks.

THE SCOREBOX
IN ACTION

This example shows that the first batter in the inning, who was a substitute, faced a new pitcher and, after a full count, reached base on a single (1B) between the third baseman and the shortstop (5/6). Then, he stole second base (SB) and took third on a wild pitch. Finally, the third baseman made a throw to the catcher (5-2) to get him out, the second out in the inning. 

We know what it's like to sit in the stands or a dugout for hours and try to keep things clear, clean, and legible. 

That's why our books offer a spacious 11- by 14-inch format, are spiral bound to allow easy page turning, and have a rigid, extra-heavy back cover to provide a stable writing surface.

Keeping score for a game is done on facing pages so moving from scoring one team in an inning to the other means simply flipping the book over rather than turning the pages back and forth.

 

And the scoresheets are printed in two colors—clear black lines and text and blue scoreboxes that allow you to clearly mark scoring data with a pencil.

BASEBALL BY THE NUMBERS DIFFERENCES:

THE QUALITY

BASEBALL BY THE NUMBERS DIFFERENCES:

THE FEATURES

No other scorebooks give you the features of Baseball by the Numbers. Depending upon which version you need, our scorebooks include: 

  • Instruction Sheet
    A clear, concise explanation about basic scorekeeping convention, position numbers, etc.

  • Pitch Counter
    Makes it easy to record the number of pitches thrown by every pitcher. 

  • Batting Average Table
    A quick, convenient resource that allows you to determine batting average for up to 90 hits and 120 times at bat.

  • Player Batting Totals 
    A convenient way to record batting totals for all players for up to 24 games.

  • Extra-Inning Strips
    Strips that provide space to score up to three extra innings if the game goes longer than eight innings. Perforated for easy removal.

  • Line-up Sheets
    Track each player in the defensive line-up by name, uniform number, pitching eligibility and position.