Keeping score at a baseball game enters a new era
Let's bring back that bygone era of "keeping score" as a baseball game.
There was a time when nothing was more sacred than going to a baseball game, getting a hot dog and keeping score in the stands. Children from past generations would enter the gates at their favorite baseball stadium and immediately ask their parents to get a scorecard and pencil, so that they could track every play. In the days before YouTube, Wikipedia and baseball reference sites, keeping score was one of the only ways to look back on games and remember what happened – batter to batter. As technology advanced the art of scorekeeping faded from popular use, and now many fans don’t know what a backwards “K”, “HPB” or a “6-4-3 DP” means. To help bring scorekeeping back to the 21st Century, GameChanger has launched apps for iOS and Android. GameChanger, available for free, is the leading digital scorekeeping app that also helps amateur baseball and softball teams stay organized and informed. GameChanger features an easy-to-use tutorial that guides even the most inexperienced users step-by-step and pitch-by-pitch. With one click, users simply have to select the virtual field on the screen and a set of dropdown menus will allow them to input the play. The app keeps track of all the action, so that users can review the game anytime, anywhere. In-game stats include everything from pitch counts to first-pitch strike percentage.
Ted Sullivan, CEO of GameChanger, says scorekeeping is such a great way for fans to stay involved with
GameChanger for Android can be downloaded at: play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.gc.android
The iOS version is available at: itunes.apple.com/us/app/gamechanger-baseball-softball/id318906314?mt=8&ign-mpt=uo%3D4