I was stuck on a train on early Sunday evening with my pocket DAB radio at least allowing me to drift off to Toronto. The Blue Jays were hosting the Yankees and thanks to BBC 5 Live Sports Extra I could listen in while on the move
Keeping score of a fourteen-inning game with one eye on a Champions League semi-final penalty shoot-out
Friday 20 April marked the 100 year anniversary of the first game at Fenway Park. With the Yankees in town, it felt like a good time to try out a more colourful way of keeping score
Matt Moore and Rick Porcello provided a good reason to reach for a blank scorecard for the first time in the 2012 regular season on Tuesday
Summary A look at the best players, teams, grounds, and more from the first decade of the National Baseball League. Access the PDF Click here Please leave comments on the article below.
Thanks to Dave Burke from the Leicester Blue Sox for this question. For the second time on this column, there is a video to go with the question. First of all, watch this video. Dave’s question is this… why does the official scorer not charge an error to the shortstop, as it’s pretty clear that […]
Taking a look at the 30 April 2010 game between the Arizona Diamondbacks and Chicago Cubs from a scorer’s perspective
Thanks to CJ Evans from the Chelmsford Clippers for this question. For the first time ever on the column we have a video to go with it, which is embedded below.
This week’s scorecard example highlights an historic base-stealing performance by Tampa Bay Rays outfielder Carl Crawford
After introducing the BaseballGB ‘IBAF Scoring Method scorecard’ last week, we now turn to the first example of the scorecard in action