State High School Pitch Count Limits (FYI discussion)

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Re: State High School Pitch Count Limits

Post by OhioTex » Thu Feb 02, 2017 6:32 am

updated

New york went final, and made a change from proposed. - NEW YORK the only state i have seen that does not have a ZERO day rest rule. their minimum is 1 day rest

Added Connecticut, Delaware, Louisiana

Still Looking for any information the community may have for the remaining states ... Probably won't get but thought i would updated community
- Alaska, , Hawaii, Nevada, New Hampshire, Utah


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Re: State High School Pitch Count Limits

Post by PPPadre » Mon Feb 27, 2017 8:56 pm

Our state association (Illinois) calls for confirming counts after even numbered innings, and if there is a discrepancy, the "official" count is the average of the count by the two teams.

Apart from willfully entering false data (omitting or adding pitches to subsequent batters), is there (or will there be) a mechanism to adjust the "official" total pitch count? I don't see anything in 5.008, but I haven't fully explored the new features since fall ball ended last October.
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Re: State High School Pitch Count Limits

Post by FTMSupport » Mon Feb 27, 2017 9:50 pm

You can adjust the pitch counts post game by manually overriding the stats - see #3 in this link and select the pitching stat instead:

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Re: State High School Pitch Count Limits

Post by OhioTex » Tue Feb 28, 2017 4:18 am

In game, you will probably want to make liberal use of 'notes' to document any agreed to pitch counts or variances. You will want to also become familiar with inning 'recap'

In my experience over the past years, this goes pretty smooth, book keepers tend to be pretty amicable and often agree to same number +\-
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Re: State High School Pitch Count Limits

Post by PPPadre » Wed Mar 01, 2017 12:08 pm

Thanks. I'm familiar with the inning recap and had already thought about using the notes. I'm also familiar with editing stats, but hadn't thought about that with regard to pitch count.

Everything will probably be fine. It's just that I've seen too many kids with clickers that get a little too chatty and miss too many pitches. Fortunately, most people defer to the guy with iScore as the most accurate count.
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