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Gameday Scorecards Coming Soon!


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So Lou Spirito wants to join forces and contribute this season to AngelsWin.com so he will be using his own electronic scorecards and posting them to the Blog (and RSS'd to here) after every game this year.

 

Here's an example of what it will look like.

 

http://louspirito.com/scorecard/zWeaver_scorecard.pdf

 

Scorecard_zps2161b232.png

 

 

 

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Cool, I assume that the dot stands for rbi?

 

The only thing I'm unsure of is the number above the base paths.

For example, Wells singled and stole a base in the 1st inning.   Then I see a '4' above the path from 2nd to 3rd and from 3rd to home.

Does the '4' mean that Kendrick hit a double over the 2nd baseman's head to score Wells?

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I see Chuck has jumped the gun!

 

This isn't the final design. I'm in the process of trying to cram an entire game onto one 8.5 x 11 sheet so you all can print and binder them if you like.

 

Oracle, yes, the dots are RBIs. The little numbers above the base paths refer to the hitter who advanced the runner. For example, in the first inning, Wells singled (1B), then stole second (SB), then the 4th batter in the lineup, Morales, advanced him to third and home (4). I do this so you can clearly see how the runners were moved around bases.

 

My scoring method is a hybrid I've developed over 30 years. There's no one perfect system, but I think this has a nice balance. I'll create an explainer for the markings once this gets going.

 

More to come . . .

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