District 2 Baseball Resource Page

This page is under construction. What will be here are things like spreadsheets for running tournaments, links to good baseball software, and so on.

Files

File Description Source
Scoresheet This is an EXCEL file which you can use to print out a scoresheet. In fact, it is only for printing, as it does not contain formulas. This file was sent to me by Laurie Morling, and comes from Ray Soffer.
Alternate Scoresheet This is an EXCEL file which you can use to print out a scoresheet. In fact, it is only for printing, as it does not contain formulas. This file was sent to me by Angela Keeling, and comes from the Microsoft Office Templates.
Alternate Scoresheet #2 This is an EXCEL file which you can use to print out a scoresheet. In fact, it is only for printing, as it does not contain formulas. This file was sent to me by Angela Keeling, and comes from the Microsoft Office Templates.
Double Elimination Playoff Formats This is an Excel file which you can use to schedule and track Double Elimination tournaments for up to 16 teams. It updates as scores are entered. Jim Dean wrote this.
Pitching Eligibility Form This is a PDF file that contains a form for tracking pitching eligibility for a team. Taken from a Little League publication.
Pitching Log Form This is a PDF file that contains a form for keeping track of pitch counts during a game. Taken from a Little League publication.
Roster Form This is an Excel spreadsheet for submitting/tracking a team roster. Jim Dean wrote this.

Software and Web Sites

Link Description
Score-It This is a link to www.score-it.com, where you can find baseball scoring software called Score-It. I own a copy, and appreciate it very much for its ability to handle many of the oddball situations that come up in a Little League game. For example, it can handle missed turns at bat, and different teams having different numbers of players in the batting order in the same game.
iScore Baseball
by Faster Than Monkeys.
This is an application for the iPhone (or iPod Touch), used to score games. While the company is still working out some bugs, it's a really good program that allows even a novice to properly and easily score every play in the game. At the end, you can just email yourself the completed score sheet. It also keeps all the stats for batting, pitching and fielding for the game and the season. These guys are also continually making improvements that make it more and more compatible with Little League rules. Thank you to Geoff Thacker of East Nepean Little League for sending in this link and the description.

If you have a File, Software or Web Site suggestion or request for this page, please send it to Jim Dean.


Last updated: 30-Apr-2016 06:26:00