LOL, this is the first time my dd has been on a team that handed out a stat sheet. I know when it was handed out some of the girls said it was wrong because they say they have RBI's. I like it and I think most of the girls like it.The only thing I've got from the stats is that the scorekeeper's DD is always the leading hitter on the team, even if she is batting 9th.
No, I've never done it.
Interesting. How are stats going to tell them what they need to work on?14U and we keep offensive and defensive stats and have been since 12U. Yes, stats are shared with the girls.
How are they going to know what needs work if they don't know their strengths and weeknesses?
I would call that an error all the wayNo. I have found that they just cause headaches. There are too many ways to score hits and errors.
For example, a DD hits a ground ball to SS that goes through her legs. It was easily catchable. It rolls to the fence. Technically, that is a hit - but would have been an out 9 times out of 10, and it could have resulted in a double play. But in mom and dad's eyes DD just hit a HR. They don't want to hear any different.