When high school baseball coach Jeff Barker wants to know how to defend a certain hitter, he just checks his scorebook.

When he wants to know how many pitches his hurler has thrown, he checks the scorebook.

When he wants to know how successful his batter has been throughout the season when the count is 1-2 and a right-handed pitcher throws a curveball low and outside on a partly cloudy day ... you get the idea.

Scorebooks are changing. The pencil-and-paper system of tracking a


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