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Coaches,

First off THANKS once again for volunteering for the SCBA. 

When you go to your team page and pick results (with your manager's password) you should see a symbol that looks like a Greek E.  Black means no stats have been entered, Green means stats have been entered.

You must click SUBMIT after completing each tab.

The first statistics tab is Pitching.  (CP1 and CP2 can skip this section).
Column 1 ATN: this should ONLY be checked if the child pitched in the game.

Column 2 Position:  As best as you can enter the position the player played for EACH INNING.  Use the position numbers (found on all score books) these are 1 - 9.  For those divisions with 4 outfielders use 0 for the other outfield position.  Use B for bench. (it should carry over to the other tabs).

Example.  A player played pitcher for 2 innings, then sat the bench for 1, played center field for 1, sat out again and first base for the last inning, his "position" under fielding would look like this:  11B8B3 .

Other columns:  if you hold the mouse over the column header it will tell you what each column is for.  PT (pitches thrown) and IP (innings pitched) are important and should be considered MANDATORY.   For innings you can use .33 and .66.  For example a pitcher who pitches the first inning and is pulled after 1 out in the second inning would have 1.33 innings.

Second tab is Hitting.
Column 1 ATN: this should be checked if the child attended the game.

Column 2 Position:  As best as you can enter the position the player played for EACH INNING.  Use the position numbers (found on all score books) these are 1 - 9.  For those divisions with 4 outfielders use 0 for the other outfield position.  Use B for bench. (will carry over if already entered).

Example.  A player played pitcher for 2 innings, then sat the bench for 1, played center field for 1, sat out again and first base for the last inning, his "position" under fielding would look like this:  11B8B3 .

Other columns:  if you hold the mouse over the column header it will tell you what each column is for. 

Please remember that as long as the batter hit the ball and made it to first safely, it should be considered a hit.  It will inflate the batting averages, but it is easier to do this than it is to teach all scorekeepers how to score errors.

Also the AB field should be Plate appearances.  That is how many apperances the player made at the plate reguardless if he was walked.

Third tab is Fielding.
Column 1 ATN: this should be checked if the child attended the game.

Column 2 Position:  Should carry over from the pitching or fielding tab. 

This will help us track that rotations are being done on a consistent basis.  Please note that this should be where the player started the inning (understood that he may not have finished the inning there).

Other columns:  if you hold the mouse over the column header it will tell you what each column is for. 

Keeping good stats has a huge benefit for the league as a whole.  It allows us to track a players development and gives us the ability to back coaches who are accused of "not rotating players".  Thank you in advance for entering your stats.

Finally a note about Pitch Counts. 

Softball pitch counts may differ from baseball.  I will address this after the SDSL schedules are completed.

For Baseball:
Please understand that pitch counts are new this year and there will be many growing pains with the process.  Please do your best to stick with them and enter the stats accordingly as we are going to be addressing the issue in the middle of may and will be looking closely at the pitching statistics to give us a good idea of how the program is going with the new pitch counts.

Exception: If a pitcher reaches the limit for his/her league age while facing a batter, the pitcher may continue to pitch until any one of the following conditions occurs: 1. That batter reaches base; 2. That batter is put out; 3. The third out is made to complete the half-inning.

Please take note that a pitcher may pitch consecutive days as long as no calendar day rest is required.  For example a 14 year old can pitch 3 days in a row as long as he pitches no more than 20 pitches each day.

Thanks again and know that your efforts will make us a better league.  Please have patience with the coordinators, the league and each other as we try to improve our league for the benefit of our players.