Traditional Scorecard


You can see how your game looks in a traditional scorecard layout by rotating your device to the landscape orientation.

You cannot currently interact with the scorecard presentation in order to score a game

Game Info

Arranged along the top is basic information about the game:


The body of the scorecard is arranged in typical fashion, with a row for each spot in the batting order and a column for each inning. A box therefore represents what happened for that spot in that inning.


The scorecard lists the players currently in each spot in the lineup on the left of each row. The player up to bat is marked by ●. If you substituted a player in that spot, the scorecard grays and crosses out the previous player (e.g. Player 01). The current player is further marked with the inning they entered the game.

Inning Boxes

The inning numbers run along the top of the scorecard, with the current inning marked by ●. Below the numbers are the inning boxes noted above. A box holds the following information:
Here are a few examples of inning boxes you might see in a game:
Result of the Play Play Position Example Result Example Box Notes
Batter reached base Outside the diamond along the last basepath the batter ran Walk For home runs, the play also goes in the middle of the diamond
Batter out Middle of the diamond. Line out to center If many fielders were involved, not all of their numbers may fit within the box
Runner advanced Outside the diamond along the last basepath the player ran Error by the pitcher on a pickoff attempt If the runner advanced on e.g. a hit, their progress is indicated but the batter's inning box holds the play
Runner out Middle of the diamond. Also, the player's advancement ends with a dot in the middle of the next basepath Caught Stealing If many fielders were involved, not all of their numbers may fit within the box
Once a half-inning is complete, any spots in the order that did not come up that inning are greyed out

Should a team bat around in an inning, SlickScore inserts an inning box beneath the first for each spot that bats again

If a game runs to extra innings, the inning boxes shrink to fit the space

Player Stats

The scorecard lists some in-game stats for each player to the right of the inning boxes, including at-bats (AB), runs (R), hits (H), and runs batted in (RBI). These are counted according to the official scoring rules, so for example a walk does not count as an at-bat, while runs scoring due to errors do not affect RBI.


Inning totals for runs, hits, errors, and runners left on base run below the boxes. Game totals for the same items are at the right. Note that errors go with the team that committed them

Pitching Stats

The bottom of the scorecard features in-progress numbers for each pitcher in the game:
In addition, when the game is complete, SlickScore indicates the winning (W) and losing (L) pitchers, as well as pitchers earning a save (S) or a hold (H).
The rules for earned runs and some other stats can be abstruse, and SlickScore may not always get them right

Likewise, the rules for awarding wins etc. are not always clear, and in some odd cases may be incorrectly applied. In other words, don't rely on them for your fantasy picks!

Holds are not official statistics, but are given to pitchers who would have earned a save if they had finished the game