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    I was watching my little sister's softball game and thought to myself, is there a way to keep score on my phone? Looked, and no. I don't know all the complex ways to score a baseball, but an app that teaches you how to score and will score the game (possible save the game sheet to look at later date) will be very cool!
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    Are you looking for something that matches an old-fashioned scoresheet which details player movement on the bases, the players involved in recording an out/error, etc ... or just keeping track of runs, maybe on an inning-by-inning basis?
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    An old-fashion score sheet with entry for players names with all the little codes and stuff for various plays, and since I don't know much about baseball scoring, a glossary or sorts included.

    If that is too much, an app that keeps runs, hits, strikeouts, errors by inning would be cool too.
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    I would like that too.
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    Is this something you'd want to bring to a MLB ballpark, where you might want to pull in real player's names, or more to Little League or the local softball game, where you might want to pull/add names from your Contacts list?

    The old-fashioned scoresheet would be a pretty big project, but I'm working on a scoring app for volleyball and was thinking about ways it could become extensible to other sports.
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    Living in Omaha means very little trips to a MLB game, but we have lots of different options of baseball. I would use this app at a little league game, a minor league game, and even the college world series. It would be good to enter players names from a roster, however if i don't have names available just a player 1, player 2, etc default would work nicely.
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    That would be great. I used to keep score at every game I went to as a kid. Still have the scorecard for the first Yankees game I went to in 1984. Every since I turned 21 it's been to hard to drink beer and keep score. An app that you could just hit a button if the batter gets a single,double,strikeout,etc would be great. If you could save and email the final scorecard that would be even cooler. Man, I wish I knew how to program this myself.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jolkow View Post
    I was watching my little sister's softball game and thought to myself, is there a way to keep score on my phone? Looked, and no. I don't know all the complex ways to score a baseball, but an app that teaches you how to score and will score the game (possible save the game sheet to look at later date) will be very cool!
    I began developing one but have come to a standstill...

    http://forums.precentral.net/web-os-...scorebook.html
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    There are apps that do this, but not for the palm os. Scorepad, found here:

    (I am unable to post the link because I have only three posts but if you google scorepad, you'll find it)

    now has an iphone app. Nothing for webos, however, and no indication that anything is coming.

    I used scorepad with my treo and while complicated, it worked well.

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