(This posting of “Between The Lines” is the second in a series of information bulletins that will appear regularly throughout the 2011 TP Baseball Season.)
One the most overlooked aspects of our TP House League Baseball program is the need for parents to volunteer and take the time to scorekeep during our games.
The scorekeepers role is integral since you really can’t play a baseball game without someone keeping tabs on the runs, outs and batting orders of both teams. In tandem with the umpires, the scorekeeper keeps the game flowing in an orderly and controlled manner. By scorekeeping, you’ll also develop a better understanding of the nuances and beauty of a baseball game.
The TP Baseball Committee is looking for parents in our Mosquito, Peewee, Bantam and Midget Divisions who are eager to learn the art of scorekeeping. Since the strength of of our TP Baseball Program is our volunteers, it’s a wonderful opportunity for you to help out during games throughout the season.
Scorekeeping is relatively easy. Interested parents will be duly trained at the ballpark by someone from the TP Baseball Committee at a time that is convenient to them.
If you are interested in scorekeeping, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org