Intentional Walk Not Affecting Pitch Count?

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DTS10
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Intentional Walk Not Affecting Pitch Count?

Post by DTS10 » Fri May 10, 2013 7:33 pm

When tracking a baseball game and there is an intentional walk, I usually select "In Play" and then "Intentional Walk" to track the play. However, when doing this, the pitch count is not affected. Shouldn't there be pitches added to the pitch count when this occurs?

Has anyone else noticed this?
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Re: Intentional Walk Not Affecting Pitch Count?

Post by mprusak » Fri May 10, 2013 8:52 pm

Welcome to the board!

I think you need to swipe up on the BALL button 4 times (swiping registers intentional ball) for the pitch count to be affected. Some youth leagues allow intentional walks without throwing the pitches and thats what the inplay button is for.
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Re: Intentional Walk Not Affecting Pitch Count?

Post by oconnor.jb » Tue May 14, 2013 11:18 am

mprusak wrote:Some youth leagues allow intentional walks without throwing the pitches and thats what the inplay button is for.
Most adult rec softball leagues, too. As well as the automatic walk of a female batter when a male batter is walked in co-ed play.
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