Pitchers Innings not Correct

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Jleith
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Pitchers Innings not Correct

Post by Jleith » Fri Jun 28, 2019 2:44 pm

I'm running Android Tablet I Score

In last night game We had 3 pitchers.
Pitcher 1 Ty went 3 innings
Pitcher 2 Keyyen only 1 inning
Pitcher 3 Joey went 2 innings.

The issue is Pitcher Keyyen went 1 inning for 17 pitches but the Pitching Records says he went "0" innings.
If a Pitcher pitcher 17 pitches he must of pitched at least 1 inning
Also why would Ty pitch 2.33 innings when in fact he pitched 3 innings. Started inning 1...2....3. Keyyen went in on the 4th inning.
Not sure why I Score uses 2.33 rather then say 3. Once a Pitcher pitches 1 pitch he or she is charged that inning being 1 then 2nd.

Hope there is a fix.

John

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mikeny
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Re: Pitchers Innings not Correct

Post by mikeny » Sat Jun 29, 2019 3:14 pm

Jleith wrote:
Fri Jun 28, 2019 2:44 pm
I'm running Android Tablet I Score

In last night game We had 3 pitchers.
Pitcher 1 Ty went 3 innings
Pitcher 2 Keyyen only 1 inning
Pitcher 3 Joey went 2 innings.

The issue is Pitcher Keyyen went 1 inning for 17 pitches but the Pitching Records says he went "0" innings.
If a Pitcher pitcher 17 pitches he must of pitched at least 1 inning
Also why would Ty pitch 2.33 innings when in fact he pitched 3 innings. Started inning 1...2....3. Keyyen went in on the 4th inning.
Not sure why I Score uses 2.33 rather then say 3. Once a Pitcher pitches 1 pitch he or she is charged that inning being 1 then 2nd.

Hope there is a fix.

John

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Jleith,

Did Keyven record any outs? To paraphrase,you said that if he threw 17, he must have pitched at least an inning. He could have thrown 100 in that inning but if he didn't record any outs he doesn't get credit for any part of the inning statistically. As for Ty, did he record only 1 out in the 3rd inning or did he complete it? Double check and see if you have made any accidental substitutions that may have thrown it off. iScore counts one out as .33, 2 outs as .67 and 3 outs as a full inning.
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Re: Pitchers Innings not Correct

Post by PetroGuy » Tue Jul 02, 2019 5:48 am

I second mikeny's questions. Most stats consider an out as a third of an inning (0.33). Not sure if this is a bug or not.
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