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Folsom National Little League Scorekeeping Clinic. Baseball Positions by Number. ❽. Pitcher Catcher First Baseman Second Baseman Third Baseman Shortstop Left Fielder Center Fielder Right Fielder. ❶. ❼. ❾. ❷. ❸. ❻. ❹. ❹. ❺. ❺. ❸. ❶. ❻. ❼. ❽. ❷. ❾.

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Folsom national little league scorekeeping clinic

Folsom National Little LeagueScorekeeping Clinic


Baseball positions by number

Baseball Positions by Number

Pitcher

Catcher

First Baseman

Second Baseman

Third Baseman

Shortstop

Left Fielder

Center Fielder

Right Fielder


Scoring balls strikes

Scoring Balls & Strikes

Mark the Appropriate Box

Pitch 1: Ball

Pitch 2: Ball

Pitch 3: Strike

Pitch 4: Foul Ball

Pitch 5: Foul Ball

Pitch 6: Foul Ball

Pitch 7: Ball

Pitch 8: Foul Ball

*CURRENT COUNT: 3 BALLS

2 STRIKES


Scoring hits walks

Scoring Hits/Walks

1B

2B

3B

BB

HR

Single

Double

Triple

Base on Balls (Walk)

Home Run

*To score a run, color in the entire box of the player who scored


Scoring outs

Scoring Outs

5-3

K

P1

2

1

1

Grounder (Batter hits grounder to 3rd baseman who throws batter out at 1st base)

Strike out Swinging

Popped Out (Pop out to Pitcher) (For Fly out use “F” instead of “P”) (Pop out=infield; Fly out=outfield)

K

2

Strike out Looking

*Foul Ball = 1st or 2nd strike

*Foul Ball ≠ 3rd strike

(must be looking or swinging or a bunt foul)


Scoring outs with hits involved

Scoring Outs (With Hits Involved)

Jersey # of hitter who hit into double play

Batter 1

1B

1B

6-4

2

1

Grounder (Batter 1 hits a single, Batter 2 hits a grounder to shortstop who throws to second to get Batter 1 out)

Batter 2

DP

6-4-3

1B

2

CS 2-6

Double Play (Batter 1 hits a single; Batter 2 hits a grounder to shortstop who throws to second for a force out; Second baseman throws to first baseman for an out resulting in a double play)

2

Caught Stealing (Batter hits a single; Caught stealing to 2nd base)


Scoring misc showing scoring on same batter for all 4 plays

Scoring MISC. *Showing scoring on same batter for all 4 plays

E3

E3

E3

E3

SB

SB

Error (Batter hits a grounder to 2nd Baseman who throws to 1st Baseman who drops the ball)

E5

E5

E5

WP

Error (Batter 2 hits a pop fly to 3rd Baseman who drops the ball, runner advances to 2nd base)

Stolen Base (Runner steals and advances to 3rd base)

Wild Pitch (Pitcher throws a wild pitch and Runner advances to home and scores a run)


Scoring progression

Scoring Progression

BB

BB

  • McGagin walks

  • Ralls strikes out looking

  • McGagin caught stealing

  • Torres hits a double

  • Waits hits a single; Torres scores

  • Bowler grounds to 3rd Baseman who bobbles the ball and Bowler is safe at 1st base; Waits advances to 2nd

CS 2-4

Bowler

Waits

Ralls

McGagin

Torres

2

12

7

1

10

4

1B

K

K

1

1

2B

E5

1B

E5


Scoring progression1

Scoring Progression

  • Tebbs hits a grounder to the 1st Baseman who tags 1st base for an out

3U

F8

Losier

Anderson

Tebbs

Bizjack

3

3

5

11

3

2

End of Inning (line thru rest of order)


End of inning stats

End of Inning Stats


Pitching stats

Pitching Stats

*Mark off pitch count immediately after pitch

*Mark off pitch count after the end of the inning

MAXIMUM PITCH COUNTS/DAY (AA/AAA)

7-850 pitches/day (AA)

9-1075 pitches/day (AA/AAA)

11-1285 pitches/day (AAA)

REST REQUIRMENTS 14 AND UNDER

≥66 pitches/day = 4 calendar days of rest

51-65 pitches/day = 3 calendar days of rest

36-50 pitches/day = 2 calendar days of rest

21-35 pitches/day = 1 calendar day of rest

1-20 pitches/day = 0 calendar day of rest


Scoring new pitcher

Scoring New Pitcher

Tebbs

3

Tracks when new pitcher enters game

*For pitch count purposes


Practice scenarios

Practice Scenarios

  • McGagin

    • Ball

    • Ball

    • Strike

    • Ball

    • Grounder to 2nd baseman who throws to 1st base for an out

4-3

1

Ralls

McGagin

7

1

1B

  • Ralls

    • Strike

    • Ball

    • Strike

    • Single to center field

9

Total Pitches Thrown =


Practice scenarios1

Practice Scenarios

  • Bizjack

    • Strike

    • Strike

    • Ball

    • Foul Ball

    • Foul Ball

    • Foul Ball

    • Fly ball to left field resulting in a double

Losier

Bizjack

5

2

  • Losier

    • Ball

    • Foul Ball

    • Strike

    • Bizjack steals 3rd

    • Strike looking

?

Total Pitches Thrown =


Practice scenarios answer

Practice Scenarios - ANSWER

  • Bizjack

    • Strike

    • Strike

    • Ball

    • Foul Ball

    • Foul Ball

    • Foul Ball

    • Fly ball to left field resulting in a double

Losier

Bizjack

5

2

  • Losier

    • Ball

    • Foul Ball

    • Strike

    • Bizjack steals 3rd

    • Strike looking

SB

2B

K

3


Most important

Most Important

  • Ball/strike counts

  • Pitch counts

  • Total outs

  • Total runs

  • Use a PENCIL and have an eraser handy….you will need it

  • The HOME team is responsible for the official scorebook


Scoring new players majors jr

Scoring New Players – Majors/Jr.

Tebbs

Anderson

3

11

Tracks when new pitcher enters game

*For pitch count purposes

8

Crumley

Enter Name & Jersey # of sub

*For statistic purposes

Tracks when sub enters game

*For statistic purposes


Majors division important info

Majors Division - Important Info

  • Below is some important information you should know and will likely have to score:

  • Hit vs. Error

  • Stolen Base vs. Passed Ball vs. Wild Pitch

  • Understanding Dropped 3rd Strike

  • Substitutions will occur

  • Your manager may ask you to score/track specific items

    • Reach out to your manager on how to score items


Jr division important info

Jr. Division - Important Info

  • In the Jr. Division, the scorekeeping is much more true to the game. Along with the Majors Division information, below is some additional information that you should know and will likely have to score:

  • Hit vs. Fielder’s Choice

  • Understanding Pick Offs & Balks

  • Position # of starting line-up must be documented along with the name and jersey #

  • Your manager may ask you to score/track specific items

    • Reach out to your manager on how to score items


Addtl scoring majors jr

Addtl. Scoring – Majors/Jr.

Batter 1

1B

1B

1B

6-4

PO 1-3

1

1

Pick Off (Batter hits a single; later picked off at 1st base) *Jr. Division Only

Balk (Batter hits a single; later advances to 2nd on a balk)

*Jr. Division Only

Batter 2

FC

BK

Fielder’s Choice (Batter 1 hits a single; Batter 2 hits a grounder to shortstop who throws to the 2nd Baseman for a force out at 2nd base. Batter 2 is safe at 1st)


Scoring progression majors jr

Scoring Progression – Majors/Jr.

NO

STARTER

POS

1

  • McGagin walks

  • McGagin picked off at 1st base

  • *Jr. Division Only

  • Ralls strikes out looking

  • Torres hits a double

  • Waits hits a single; Torres scores

  • Waits advances to 2nd base on a balk *Jr. Division only

  • Bowler hits a hard grounder to 3rd Baseman who throws the ball over the 1st Baseman’s head; Bowler is safe at 1st(single) and advances to 2nd on error; Waits advances to 3rd on error

1

BB

BB

PO 1-3

Bowler

McGagin

Ralls

Waits

Torres

1

10

12

7

4

1

5

1B

K

K

2

1

4

2B

3

BK

1 RBI

E5

1B

2

1B

E5


Scoring progression jr divison

Scoring Progression – Jr. Divison

NO

STARTER

POS

1

  • Tebbs strikes out swinging but ball is dropped by the catcher and no throw is attempted; Tebbs safe at 1st

  • Anderson strikes out swinging

8

K PB

BB

Bizjack

Tebbs

Anderson

Losier

2

5

3

11

7

1B

K

K

3

1

6

End of Inning (line thru rest of order)

9

Total Strike Outs = 3

**Dropped 3rd strikes are recorded as an strikeout


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