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Jan 27, 2011 3:11 PM

Keep Your Kids Batting Stats

Don’t you ALWAYS want to know what your kid’s batting average is?   And slugging percentage?  How about knowing how many time they strike  out looking, strike out swinging, ground out, pop out, fly out, or line  out?  How about knowing their RBIs or runs scored or stolen bases?  How  does your kid bat against righties, lefties, or with two outs?  And  where are they hitting the ball for singles, extra base hits, or outs?   Want to know how your child did this tournament versus the last  tournament, or this season versus last season, or how about a set of  Career statistics?


Now you can track all of that and more with the mighty StatMaster from Coach Jim. It keeps 36 different offensive stats for cumulative totals, or versus righties, lefties, or with two outs.


The  StatMaster is so simple to use.  Initially you will set up your player,  then input a season (I suggest something generic like Spring 2011).   Then you will input a tournament and finally input a game opponent.   Some of you may not play tournament ball.  That’s okay.  Think of the  Tournament feature as a grouping mechanism.  You could call your  tournament First Half Season and track all the games for the first half  of your season.  Then have a tournament called Second Half Season and  track all your games in the second half as a tournament.  This will  allow you to compare how your child did the first half versus the second  half.  If you do play tournament ball then you will really enjoy the  tournament feature by comparing one tournament to another.


Finally,  you get to the actual recording of offensive stats.  Just tap the  button that says “Add Offensive Stat”.  It will then take you to a  screen where you will enter the inning, Right or Left handed pitcher,  the situation such as if runners are on base (need this to track stats  for when runners are in scoring position – RISP), and number of outs (so  you can track two out batting stats).


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