This Bob Carpenter Baseball Scorebook - Television Version - allows you to score 100 games. This television broadcaster's book is designed for a partial season.
Features included that are crucial to broadcasters: sections for Defense, Bench Players, Bullpen Pitchers and a blank area for notes. Each of these sections comes with extra space for entering statistics relevant to that area. Umpires are also positioned as they are on the field for quick ID during a bang-bang play. Team Records across the top of the page help broadcasters track a team’s win-loss record, plus records for home, away and versus teams in every division and interleague play, and recently-added is a mini-scoreboard at the top of the right page. The Lineup section features large boxes for player names and stats, plus a large #9 hole for National League games and the ability to create a pitcher’s “#10 hole” for American League games.
The grid has a maximum of 15 innings. The Radio/TV versions are 8 ½” x 11” opened to one page, and double that when the book is completely laid open. This book has been used by hundreds of major league, minor league and college announcers across the nation. It was first designed in 1984 and has undergone several revisions since.