SteveMRyan's Blog

July 3, 2013

Series Tied…

Filed under: Uncategorized — stevemryan @ 4:18 am

The Rebels won their elimination game 8-0.  The Yankees didn’t put up much of a fight.  Pittsburgh was the home team for Game 2 but will be the visiting team for Game 3.





No problems with the BallScore program.  There aren’t ever problems per se with the program.  The problems are usually user errors and I am getting a lot of experience correcting my mistakes.  I did make a mistake in the 1st inning.  I was looking at the wrong board (page) and incorrectly scored a play as an infield fly when it was actually a 5-3 ground out.  I corrected the error, mainly to advance the runners and eventually the runners scored.  I believe I even did it correctly.

I have noticed that the score sheets I am showing on this blog don’t show more than four players in a spot in the lineup.  I could use the boxscore file, but I prefer the graphic story of the score sheet.

Meanwhile, I have listened to the Braves beat the Marlins 11-3, the A’s beat the Cubs 8-7 and now, even though I know the outcome, I am listening to the Reds play the Giants.  The Reds just got a 3-run HR and are leading 3-0 while Homer Bailey has been perfect through 6 innings I believe.  I know he gets the no-no but I enjoy the Giants broadcasters, especially Jon Miller.  He is a treat to listen to call a game.  Life is good!


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