Please visit this page frequently, as it will continually be updated with articles and documents to assist you in your role as a scorekeeper for Windsor Baseball. Whether you are a first-timer or an old pro, there is something here for everyone. If you have any comments, scorekeeping questions, or suggestions for Tip of the Week, please e-mail them to:
Who Are the Scorekeepers?
Windsor Baseball League scorekeepers are all volunteer parents who dedicate their time and efforts to keeping track of team statistics for their teams. Each team needs one parent to step up and volunteer to be the team's scorekeeper.
At the beginning of each season, Windsor Baseball provides a scorekeeper training clinic. WBL encourages parents to volunteer for scorekeeping in the Minor A and AA divisions to begin learning how to keep score, how to track pitch count, hits, walks, and errors. As scorekeepers move up a division with their child, they become more adept at being a solid scorekeeper.
Help set a positive example - become a scorekeeper for your child's team!
Following are reference materials you can use to get up to speed on scorekeeping, or to refresh your knowledge. These materials are used in the WBL scorekeeping clinics