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Lazy Guy's Baseball Scoreboard

Lazy Guy's Baseball Scoreboard

Handtechnics

Keep score at the ballpark while keeping your attention fully on the ball game.

4.6 Ratings 225 Reviews 5K+ Downloads

About Lazy Guy's Baseball Scoreboard

Keep score at the ballpark while keeping your attention fully on the ball game.
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Ratings & Reviews

4.6
225 Ratings
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  • Great app Oct 21, 2017

    By Encyes
    Does everything I want and need. I use it for every one of my Son’s games that doesn’t have a scoreboard. Only thing I wished was a way to remove the ads - even if I had to pay for it.
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  • Oct 21, 2019

    By Michael Shapiro
    Very good experience. Only problem is that you can't subtract runs, if you make a mistake. I use it to make a record for after game reports. Would love to have a note possibility. I tried the recommended solution. It didn't work. Is there an update? The second instruction worked perfectly. Thanks. Just moved it up to 5 stars. BTW, since some of the games that I umpire have a runs/inning limit; some are so one sided that it is hard to keep track; and some have mercy rule, this becomes important...and it's a lot cheaper than a $45.00 indicator from Japan that tracks runs per inning.
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  • Best app for game tracking Apr 7, 2019

    By Alturas19
    I play in a mens softball league on weekends and tried the old pencil and paper to keep track of the score and innings and strikes and balls. I then tried some other apps and they all seemed to be lacking something. This app is the best i have found. It is easy to use, visually appealing, and you can email or post the game results at the end of the game. Have been using it for two weeks now and it has made my life so much easier.
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  • Mar 24, 2019

    By Andrea Bergquist
    Great at what it's designed for.... A simple way to keep track of a baseball game your kid is playing in, when there's no reliable scoreboard and you don't feel like keeping a full scoresheet. You can track balls and strikes, but you don't have to. But it's easy in any case to track hits, errors, and inning-by-inning runs scored - something I especially like. Fun and helpful app!
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  • Easy to use Jun 19, 2020

    By Dcutter47
    You can use it any way you want to. You don’t have to track balls and strikes... I use it just to keep track of hits and the score...
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  • Too many bugs May 6, 2018

    By Tgoke
    Doesn’t offer any way to safe a game, publish to Facebook and Twitter doesn’t work, error messages says to download Facebook but its already on iPhone.
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  1. Say goodbye to paper scorekeeping! Now you can keep track of your baseball scores with one handy scoring app
  2. Easily track hits, errors, balls, strikes, and inning-by-inning totals while still keeping your attention on the game
  3. Simple and user-friendly interface allows you to enjoy the game without complicated scorekeeping systems

Reviewed by Kaylin on April 30, 2019

  • Oct 21, 2019

    By Michael Shapiro
    Very good experience. Only problem is that you can't subtract runs, if you make a mistake. I use it to make a record for after game reports. Would love to have a note possibility. I tried the recommended solution. It didn't work. Is there an update? The second instruction worked perfectly. Thanks. Just moved it up to 5 stars. BTW, since some of the games that I umpire have a runs/inning limit; some are so one sided that it is hard to keep track; and some have mercy rule, this becomes important...and it's a lot cheaper than a $45.00 indicator from Japan that tracks runs per inning.
    more
  • Best app for game tracking Apr 7, 2019

    By Alturas19
    I play in a mens softball league on weekends and tried the old pencil and paper to keep track of the score and innings and strikes and balls. I then tried some other apps and they all seemed to be lacking something. This app is the best i have found. It is easy to use, visually appealing, and you can email or post the game results at the end of the game. Have been using it for two weeks now and it has made my life so much easier.
    more
  • Mar 24, 2019

    By Andrea Bergquist
    Great at what it's designed for.... A simple way to keep track of a baseball game your kid is playing in, when there's no reliable scoreboard and you don't feel like keeping a full scoresheet. You can track balls and strikes, but you don't have to. But it's easy in any case to track hits, errors, and inning-by-inning runs scored - something I especially like. Fun and helpful app!
    more
  • Easy to use Jun 19, 2020

    By Dcutter47
    You can use it any way you want to. You don’t have to track balls and strikes... I use it just to keep track of hits and the score...
    more
  • Jun 29, 2020

    By Billy Amen Tompkins
    Easy way to keep track of the score, as well as hits errors balls strikes and outs. AweSoMe
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  • Great app Oct 21, 2017

    By Encyes
    Does everything I want and need. I use it for every one of my Son’s games that doesn’t have a scoreboard. Only thing I wished was a way to remove the ads - even if I had to pay for it.
    more
  • Gets the job done. Feb 20, 2017

    By Ebstus
    Not too bad, wish it could do extra innings.
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  • Aug 7, 2019

    By Andy Smith
    I know its not what the app was designed for but I wish the bases were visible and you could update who is on what base. I like to listen to games on the radio and this app is ALMOST perfect. If I could give it 4 1/2 stars I would.
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  • Baseball scoreboard Apr 6, 2017

    By Kngrfel
    Helps me to keep up with the game better.
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  • May 16, 2019

    By Dianne
    this works good for all i'm wanting it for - no more bugging the scorekeeper!
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  • Too many bugs May 6, 2018

    By Tgoke
    Doesn’t offer any way to safe a game, publish to Facebook and Twitter doesn’t work, error messages says to download Facebook but its already on iPhone.
    more

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