Scorecard Gallery

It was suggested that I set up a page to display scorecards submitted by visitors to this site.  I think it's a great idea.  This will give each of us a chance to see how others score a game. 

If you would like to submit a scorecard, please do so.  If you have access to a scanner, you can just e-mail an image of the scorecard to me.  Please send it in either .jpg or .gif format. 

If you do submit a scorecard for publication, please let me know how you want it credited.   If you don't specify that I can use your full name, I will just use your first name and last initial.  I won't use anyone's full name without permission.   I would also like the any additional information you can give me, such as the team names, date, time,  and location.  You may also include anything you consider noteworthy.  A player reaching some kind of milestone is a good example.  Scorecards from any game are acceptable - Major League, Minor League, Little League, high school, college, softball, anything.

My server space is limited and graphic files can be large, so I may not be able to post every scorecard submitted.  I will post what I can and then start removing older scorecards in order to post newer ones.

I will try to modify the cards so that they are no wider than 640 pixels.  Which means that they will probably be in the neighborhood of 80-100kb by the time I post them.  So, they will take a little time to load once you select one.  If reducing them to 640 pixel wide makes them unreadable, I will post them at a larger size and the file will take even longer to download.

The Scorecards

June 10, 1983 - St. Louis Cardinals vs. Chicago Cubs
Scorecard and comments submitted by Kasey I.
"Fergie Jenkins was the Cubs pitcher that day.  He pitched a complete game shutout.  In fact, it was the last shutout he pitched in his career."

June 23, 1984 - St. Louis Cardinals vs. Chicago Cubs
Scorecard and comments submitted by Kasey I.
"This is the game vs the Cardinals that Ryne Sandberg, on national TV hit 2 game tying home runs.  This was the game that gave him the attention he needed to win the MVP that year.  Also, Willie McGee hit for the cycle that day with a triple in the 2nd, single in the 4th, hr in the 6th and double in the 10th. "

April 30, 1998 - St. Louis Cardinals vs. Chicago Cubs
Scorecard and comments submitted by Tony Serio
This was Kerry Wood’s last start before his 20-K game during his rookie season. Wood struck out Mark McGwire before Big Mac eventually hit one of his then-record 70 HRs off the Cubs’ bullpen.

From a weather standpoint, the game was delayed over two hours because of rain, and then a heavy fog rolled in later in the contest.

September 28, 1998 - San Francisco Giants vs. Chicago Cubs
Scorecard and comments submitted by Kasey I.
"[This] was the wild card playoff game from Sept 28, 1998 that was played at Wrigley Field.  In this game the Cubs beat the Giants to win the right to go to the playoffs as the NL wild card team."

July 10, 1999 - St. Louis Cardinals vs. San Francisco Giants
Submitted by Steve "The Ump" Niccolls

July 18, 1999 - Montreal Expos Vs. New York Yankees
Submitted by Alex Bertolotti
This is a perfect game pitched by David Cone.  Alex scored it from a rebroadcast of the game on the Yankees' local TV outlet.

August 28, 1999 - New Jersey Cardinals Vs. Staten Island Yankees
Submitted by Alex Bertolotti
This is a scorecard from a NY-Penn League game (A).

September 10, 1999 - Boston Red Sox Vs. New York Yankees
Comments and scorecards by Mike 'Say Hey!' Schwartz
"Pedro Martinez strikes out a Yankee Franchise record 17 batters while throwing a one hitter in what Yankee pitching coach Mel Stottlemeyer called the best pitched game he had ever witnessed."

September 27, 1999 - Kansas City Royals vs Detroit Tigers
Submitted by Jeff N.
This is the last game played at Tiger Stadium.  Jeff scored it from the radio and TV broadcasts on an ASCII scorecard that he created.  The scorecard is available for download.

October 17, 1999 - Atlanta Braves Vs. New York Mets
NLCS Game 5
Comments and scorecards by Mike 'Say Hey!' Schwartz
"The Mets beat the Atlanta Braves in a 15 inning marathon in the longest postseason game in history."
"Note: This scorecard is a mess, which is understandable when you consider that every player on both rosters minus Al Leiter on the Mets got into the game."

October 23, 1999 - Atlanta Braves Vs. New York Yankees
World Series Game 4
Comments and scorecards by Mike 'Say Hey!' Schwartz
"The Yanks, behind Roger Clemens, win World Series game 4 and clinch their 25th World Championship."

April 4, 2000 - Boston Red Sox Vs. Seattle Mariners
Opening Day
Submitted by Stacey

April 6, 2000 - Shaw vs St. Paul's
High school game scorecard and comments submitted by Elmer Sellers
"This is a junior varsity game, rather one-sided, in which all the outs for one side were made on strike-outs.  Additionally, there were two strike-outs with an error on the catcher that resulted in 17 K's in a 5 inning game."

May 6, 2000 - Altoona Curve Vs. Bowie Baysox
Submitted by Patrick McGovern
Eastern League game between the Pirates' (Altoona) and Orioles' (Bowie) AA affiliates.

May 29, 2000 - Baltimore Orioles Vs. Tampa Bay Devil Rays
Submitted by S. McGovern
This is a scorecard that my 8 year old son kept while watching the game on TV.  He was sick that day and was forced to stay in bed.  So, I gave him a scorecard to keep him occupied.  (I only entered the lineup for him and kept score when he had to leave the room.)

June 23, 2000 - Los Angeles Dodgers vs St. Louis Cardinals
Submitted by Sean H.
Sean scored this game using Bob Carpenter's Scorebook.

July 17, 2000 - Philadelphia Phillies Vs. New York Yankees
Submitted by Jim B., stlfan_04

July 23, 2000 - New York Mets Vs. Atlanta Braves
Submitted by Robert Owens

July 29, 2000 - Cleveland Indians vs Baltimore Orioles
Submitted by Shane Roney,
Shane scored this on a card that he created while following the game on radio and television.  His scorecard is posted in the download area as RS Scoresheet.

September 2, 2000 - Houston Astros vs Atlanta Braves
Submitted by Robert O.,
Bob scored this game using FixedIt!'s Baseball Scorecard software.  It is in pdf format, so you will need the Adobe Acrobat reader to view it.

June 21, 2001 - Midnight Sun Baseball Classic
Scorecard and comments submitted by Gill
This is my scorecard from the 96th annual Midnight Sun Baseball Classic which was played in Fairbanks, Alaska, on June 21, 2001, between the Fairbanks Alaska Goldpanners of the Alaska Baseball League and the visiting North County Waves from Oceanside, California. The game started at 10:30 p.m. and was played in its entirety using no artificial lighting. The game went 13 innings and ended at 2:05 a.m. The ballpark attendance was a capacity crowd of 3500.

June 22, 2001 - Milwuakee Brewers vs Chicago Cubs
Scorecard and comments submitted by Cameron Norris
Brewers win on a Tyler Houston grounder that just goes by 3B Ron Coomer's glove.
Brewers end Cubs' 13 game winning streak at Wrigley.
The only milestone in this game is that I finally completed a scorecard.

June 25, 2001 - Mahoning Valley Scrappers vs Brooklyn Cyclones
Scorecard submitted by Chuck Monsanto
This is the first professional baseball game played in Brooklyn since 1957.

August 13, 2001 - Chicago Cubs vs Houston Astros
Scorecard and comments by J. Goetz
The Astros entered the game 1/2 game behind the Cubs for 1st place in the NL Central.

August 17, 2001 - Staten Island Yankees vs Brooklyn Cyclones
Scorecards submitted by Chuck Monsanto

August 25, 2001 - Boston Red Sox vs Texas Rangers
Scorecard and comments submitted by David Winkowski
This game is the longest game in Rangers' history in time (6 hr 35 min - started at 7:05 pm and finished at 1:40 am) and ties the longest in number of innings played (18).  It falls just one short of the record for total number of pitchers appearing in a game - 17 appeared in this game.

August 28, 2002 - Arizona Diamondbacks vs Los Angeles Dodgers
Alex B. scored the Diamondbacks during this game.

March 31, 2003 - Pittsburgh Pirates vs Cincinnati Reds
Scorecard submitted by Jim H.
First game at Great America Ball Park

April 26, 2003 - Vance vs. West Blocton
Bruce Klaiss sent in the scorecards from his daughter's Dixie Youth girls' 7-8 softball game.

June 1, 2003 - Buffalo Bison vs. Columbus Clippers
Scorecard and comments by Keith H.
My father-in-law and I are HUGE Cleveland Indians fans. Unfortunately I live in Columbus, Ohio, home of the Columbus Clippers, the AAA affiliate of the dreaded New York Yankees. On June 1 we got tickets to watch Cleveland's AAA affiliate, the Buffalo Bisons, play the Clippers. We were doubly treated when we saw CoCo Crisp rehabbing down with Buffalo. As you can see, Crisp went 3-5 that day with a Ground Rule Double in the 8th. The best part of the day came after the game when I managed to catch CoCo and obtain his autograph on the scorcard.

Also, eagle eyed Indians fans will notice the number two batter for Buffalo that day...John Peralta. Both he and Crisp were called up to the Tribe shortly after this game was scored.

June 7, 2003 - New York Yankees vs. Chicago Cubs
Scorecard and comments submitted by isuquinndog
This is the game where Clemens went for win 300 vs. Cubs on June 7, 2003 vs. Kerry Wood. Clemens got pulled early and the very first pitch from the Yankees reliever was hit for a 3 run HR and Cubs never looked back and went on to win for the first win over New York in history. What a terrific game for us Cubs fans!! :)

July 5, 2003 - Boston Red Sox vs. New York Yankees
Scorecard and comments submitted by Alan M.
The 6th inning got a little tricky.

July 29, 2003 - Chicago Cubs vs. San Francisco Giants
Scorecard and comments submitted by John S.
The Cubs had just taken two of three games from Houston at Minute Maid Park over the weekend and had pushed their record forward to 0.500 with a 52 - 52 record. Matt Clement pitched maybe his best game of the year to carve out a two-hit, complete-game shutout. The Cubs gave Clement all of the run support that he would need when in the first inning Moises Alou hit a three-run homer into the left-field bleachers. Clement was in control all night yielding only an infield hit in the 4th inning to Marquis Grissom and a little bloop single to right field in the 7th inning to Andres Galarraga. It was in the 7th inning that the Giants threatened to score when Galarraga's base hit followed an error by Aramis Ramirez who flubbed a slow grounder. With runners on first and third and one one, Clement got Jose Cruz, Jr. to strike out and Edgardo Alfonzo to hit into an inning-ending fielder's choice at second base. Barry Bonds was only granted one walk in four plate appearances but was forced to pop out on the infield in his last two times at bat. Damian Moss took the loss in a 7-inning, quality start. The Cubs gained a full game on Houston to pull within three and a half games of first place who fell to Atlanta shortly after the Cubs secured their victory.

August 13, 2003 - Houston Astros vs. Chicago Cubs
Scorecard submitted by Nathan B.