SlickScore displays a typical baseball diamond, where you will interact with players and other features to do your scoring.
The players on defense are in a the usual positions on the field, each represented by a diamond in their team color with their number in the center. You will tap these players to record outs once a play is underway. If you have Show Fielder Names turned on, each also gets a label with their name (see Show Names).
The players up to bat and on deck, as well as any who reach base, are represented by squares in their team color with their number in the center. You will tap these players to initiate scoring a play. If you have Show Baserunner Names turned on, each also gets a label with their name (see Show Names).
The home and away on-deck circles are marked with the team colors initials; naturally, players on deck show up there. This is also where you make substitutions using the The substitute buttons (). See Make a Substitution.
Use these to record and track balls and strikes during an at-bat. Tap ⊕ to add them; see Scoring for more details.
Tap here to score a home run (or a very rare 4-base error); see Scoring for more details.
The scoreboard automatically shows pertinent game information as you score. Most of the display is self-explanatory but there are some notable features.
The center of the board shows the runs scored in each inning, with the current half-inning in bold. Should the game run to extras, the older innings will scroll to the left; you can also scroll by hand to look at innings of interest.
The team up to bat has their score area highlighted with a thick border. If the game is over, the winning team gets the highlight, which also becomes green in victory.
Every time you complete scoring a particular play or make a player substitution, SlickScore displays a description of it below the inning scroll. Each part of a multi-player sub gets its own message.