Game Sheet Information
A guide to completing the game scorecard
A complete score sheet should contain the following information:
1) The team names for both the Home Team and the Visiting Team. Please list your line up on the corresponding side.
2) The date & time of the game at least once at the top of the score sheet. Circle S M T F - day of the week.
3) The batting orders for the respective teams as well as player numbers. This usually isn't a problem as it is needed by the score keepers throughout the game anyway. If there is more than one player with the same first name please differentiate between them by including a last initial or full surname. Please do not use nicknames.
If you have a Replacement Player (RP) from another team, please write RP beside their name in the line up. If you have a Call Up Player (CU) from the younger league, please write CU beside their name in the line up.
4) List all of the absent players for your team in the appropriate section. If a player is on the injury or pregnancy list, state this separately and note that they are injured or pregnant. If a player is sick, they shall just be considered absent, not injured.
5) Indicate the time of the first pitch in the included box
6) The score of the game. You can circle each team's final score somewhere where it can be seen on the respective side of the sheet. There is also a box where you should indicate the final score
- In the event that there was only one umpire in attendance, please indicate that in the "Game Notes" section.
-If the game is a rescheduled one, please indicate that in the appropriate box (Game Notes) and include the date of the original game if possible. This is beneficial to the statistician.
-Please hand in the white copy of the score sheet to the hut after the game or at your very next game. Always keep the yellow copy in the event there is a discrepancy.