Baseball scorers in Australia are all volunteers who support their team by getting involved with this necessary part of the game. Scoring has numerous advantages, from receiving one of the best seats on the diamond to providing an invaluable service to players, officials, fans and media.

The key to becoming a successful scorer is to start slow and build up the necessary knowledge and skills. Progression through scoring can be as slow or as quick as desired and you can choose to score at a basic or advanced level depending on how much the scoring experience is enjoyed.

Whether scoring for your child's games at club level or aspiring to score at national tournaments, there is a national scoring accreditation program and resources to assist.

There are almost 500 accredited scorers throughout Australia at this time and thousands of others not accredited.  Support with scoring matters and accreditation can be provided through the state scoring organisations or the Council of Australian Baseball Scorers (CABS).

13 Nov 2015

Officials Announced for 2016 Nationals

Officials Announced for 2016 Nationals

Baseball Australia is pleased to announce the names of the officials who will be responsible for officiating all games at the upcoming National Youth Championships and National Women’s and Youth Women’s Championships in January 2016

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26 May 2014

A Scorer's Experience at the 2014 MLB Opening Series

A Scorer's Experience at the 2014 MLB Opening Series

Connie Stoyakovich talks about her experiences at the Major League Baseball Opening Series, from a scorer’s perspective.

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