Reisner Scorekeeping is a method of tracking baseball games that has many advantages over the traditional method, including:
If you enjoy keeping score at a baseball game and you use the traditional method, there is a good chance that Reisner Scorekeeping will enhance your enjoyment of the game. Most people report that they miss less because they don't spend so much time writing in between plays, and they're able to record more information.
If you've been keeping score for years, don't worry about learning a new method. It's not that different, and everything you already know will help you. Most people say that after two games they're already scoring faster than they were with their old method, and once you see how much easier it is to reconstruct every at-bat, you'll be hooked.
To learn how it works, read on.
First off I must say that I love the scorebook. Besides the scoring system itself (which I really like), I like the stiff card stock that you used for the back of the book. It actually gives you something to write on. The other scorebooks I've used usually just have flimsy backs that end up leaving your scorebook curved in the shape of your leg by the end of a season.
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