Fixed It! Baseball ScoreBook Mobile Help

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  • Basic Operation
    1. You'll notice throughout the app, that teams, games, and player lists can be swiped left and right to reveal additional functions. These functions are available through buttons on the list items. For example, if you want to upload a file, right-swipe and select the [Upload] button. If you want to delete a file, left-swipe and select the [Delete] button.
    2. Right-swipe the roster list to select players to the field or batting positions. Left-swipe to delete players. Select the [Done] button before filling all positions and temporary placeholders will be put in those positions for you. Simply select that position later to fill with a player from the roster. Or, optionally select the [AutoFill] button to automatically fill positions with the first player in your roster with that position. If no one is in the roster with that position, a player will be created for you. You can rename that player later during the game.

      Right-swipe the scoreboard to view the play-by-play. Left-swipe to go back to the scoreboard.

      Right-swipe the small at bat list to see all previous at bats of the current batter. Left-swipe to view the previous at bats for the current inning.
    3. Touch areas of the scoring screen to score the game. Touch the strike/ball boxes, touch the bases for on base types, touch the out circle for out types. When a runner is on base, touch the runner to update their position. Touch the fielders and batters to substitute, swap, or rename that player.
    4. Touch the vertical dots to reveal the scoring screen menu bar. From here, view stats, scoresheets, delete the last half inning, save the game, or quit.
    5. On the game and team lists, Right-swipe the Filename to activate the [Upload] button Left-swipe for the [Delete] button. Upload options require you have an FTP server setup in the options.
  • Creating Teams

    You do not have to have teams to start a game but, if you have your team's roster, it is a good idea to go ahead and create a team file for them. That way you can select your team when creating a new game. Create teams by selecting the [Teams] button from the main menu. From the 'Teams on Device' screen, select the [New] button.

    From here, name your team and add new player's to your roster. When done, select the [Save] button and your team will be saved to your device to use in future games.

  • Creating Games

    To start scoring a game, select [Games] from the main menu and then [New]. From here, you have the option of starting a game in three different ways.

    1. Using Two Teams - When you have both the home and visitor teams saved to team files, first select the home team -- it will be highlighted in green. Then select the visitor team -- it will be highlighted in yellow. To undo a selection, left-swipe the highlighted team and reselect that side. For practice games, you can select the same team for both the home and visitor's side.
    2. Using One Team - Sometimes, you may only have one team. This is ok. If your team is the Home team, select your team -- it will be highlighted in green and then the [Start] button. If your team is the Visiting team, tap the top of your screen where it says 'Select Home Team or Start'. The caption will change to : 'Select Visitor Team or Start'. Now, select your team and it will be highlighted in yellow indicating visiting team. Select the [Start] button.
    3. Using No Teams - If you don't have either team saved as a team file, simply select the [Start] button. This will start a game without any predefined teams and rosters. Once the game starts, you'll have the opportunity to add players to rosters on both sides, rename players, and rename teams. Once the game is completed and you've entered the players into the rosters, you can save the team files for future use.
  • Setting Up a Game
    1. Selecting Fielders - The first thing you'll be asked to do when you start a game is to select the starting fielders. When prompted, tap the screen and you'll be given a list of the Home Team's roster.

      From this screen, right-swipe the player for each position. If you don't know who is playing a position, skip it and at the end, select the [Done] button. This will put place holders in the unfilled positions that you can fill later.
    2. Selecting Batters - After you've entered the starting fielders, you'll be asked to select the batter. Tap the [Batter ???] button.

      Right-swipe the batter from the roster. If this batter is a DH, check the [DH] button. As you score your game, you'll be prompted for the batter at the current slot. Once you reach the end of your lineup, select the [End of Lineup] button. The program will then select the batter at the top of the lineup and your lineup will be set for the rest of the game.
    3. Scoring a Game - The main entry screen shows you all of the fielders at their positions, the current pitcher's stats at the top of the screen, the current batter at the bottom of the screen, the scoreboard/game summary window in the bottom left, and the current inning's previous at bats/current batter's previous at bats window in the top-left.

      To score strikes and balls, tap the strike and ball boxes in the top-right. To score a batter on base, tap the base they achieved. Once on base, the runner's name and uniform number will appear above the base in yellow. Tap the runner to update the runner's events.

      To score a batter out, tap the out circle in the bottom-right of the screen. When asked to select the fielder's involved, tap the fielder's name on the screen. The out number will show up in the out circle and the number of outs indicator in the bottom-right will update.

      To undo a strike/ball/onbase/out event, tap the blue undo button in the bottom-center of the screen. To remove a position, tap the position shown on screen and select 'Remove Position' from the popup menu.
    4. Game Stats - To view the game stats, tap the three vertical dots on the top-left of the screen. This will reveal the menu bar.

      From the menu bar, tap the [Stats] button. Please allow a little time for the app to parse your game and generate the stat files.

      The stats are available in three formats : FixedIt, MaxPreps, and StatFame. Tap the appropriate tab button to see the stats in that format. Once the screen is displaying the format you want, you can select the [Email] button to send it via email or the [Upload] button to upload the file to your default server (as set in the options screen). Please note, the FixedIt format is HTML and is webviewable just as it is displayed in this window. Also, notice the hyper links within the FixedIt format to Batting, Running, Pitching, and Fielding Stat categories.
    5. Game Scoresheet - To view the game scoresheet, tap the three vertical dots on the top-left of the screen. This will reveal the menu bar.

      From the menu bar, tap the [ScoreSheet] button. Please allow a little time for the app to parse your game and generate the scoresheet file.

      You can select the [Email] button to send it via email or the [Upload] button to upload the file to your default server (as set in the options screen). Please note, the scoresheet is in Scalable Vector Graphics format (svg) and is webviewable just as it is displayed in this window.
    6. Saving -To save a game, tap the three vertical dots on the top-left of the screen. This will reveal the menu bar.

      Select the [Save] buttton.

      From this screen, you can credit the Winning, Saving, Losing pitchers and update the Duration and Attendance fields. Additionally, you can extract the Home and Visitor Teams from this game and save as Team files via the [Save Home Team As...] and [Save Visitor Team As...] buttons. You may also change the Game File Name. Select the [Save] button to save the Game File.
  • Options

    From the main menu, select the [Options] button. The Options screen has the following tabs:

    1. League - From the league tab, you can optionally set the number of strikes per out, balls per walk, outs per inning, and innings per game. Also, checking the [Use Little League Pitching Rules?] button will enable the Little League rule, counting partial innings pitched as whole innings.

    2. Scoring - From the scoring tab, you can toggle the option to auto-save the game during scoring and whether or not to prompt for a hit location. Additionally, you can enter a default e-mail recipient. This will automatically fill the 'TO:' field of any e-mails sent with this address.

    3. Server - From the server tab, you can manage your servers. Fixed It! Baseball ScoreBook Mobile is expecting an FTP server to communicate with for the 'Upload' and 'Download' functions built in to this program. This is necessary if you want to upload any stats, scoresheets, games, or team files with the program's built-in functions. If you have an ftp server you can add it by selecting the [Add Server...] button. Fixed It! Software is currently offering FTP server space to it's customers. If you are interested, please visit

  • Abbreviations
    1. Following is a list of Abbreviations used in this program
      GP     Games Played
      IP     Innings Played
      PA     Plate Appearances
      OAB    Official At Bats = All complete plate appearances except when on base as a result of Base On Balls, Intentional Walk, Hit By Pitch, or Catcher Interference or out as a result of any Sacrifice
      H      Hits = Number of Singles + Doubles + Triples + Home Runs
      1B     Singles
      2B     Doubles + Ground Rule Doubles
      3B     Triples
      HR     Home Runs + Inside Park Home Runs
      R      Runs
      RBI    Runs Batted In
      Avg    Batting Average = Hits divided by Official At Bats
      Slug   Slugging Percentage = Total Bases divided by Number of Official At Bats (OAB)
      OBA   On Base Average = Total Times on Base (H + BB + HBP) divided by Total At Bats (OAB + BB + HBP + SF)
      BNT    Bunts
      BNT%   Successful Bunt Percentage
      On Base By
      BB     Base On Balls (including Intentional Walks)
      HBP    Hit By Pitch
      RE     Reached On Error
      FC     Fielder’s Choice
      DTSWP  Dropped Third Strike – Wild Pitch
      DTSPB  Dropped Third Strike – Passed Ball
      DTSE   Dropped Third Strike – Error
      CATI   Catcher Interference
      OFI    Other Fielder Interference
      S      Sacrifices (other than Sac flies and bunts)
      BS     Bunt Sacrifices
      SF     Sacrifice Flies
      Out By
      SOS    Strike Out Swinging
      SOL    Strike Out Looking
      SO     Strike Out – Total
      GO     Ground Out
      FO     Fly Out
      FFO    Foul Fly Out
      PO     Pop Out
      IFFLY  Infield Fly
      INTF   Interference
      TBAT   Thrown Bat
      LD     Line Drive
      HIDB   Hit Into Double Play
      HITP   Hit Into Triple Play
      TBBB   Touched By Own Batted Ball
      BOTRN  Batted Out of Turn
      BF2S   Bunt Foul with 2 Strikes
      DTSO   Drop Third Strike Out
      ILBB   Illegally Batted Ball
      HBFB   Hit By Fair Ball
      FRCO   Forced Out
      TAGO   Tagged Out
      CO     Called Out
      BNTO   Bunt Out
      NFGDP  Non-Forced Grounded Into Double Play
      SFDB   Sacrifice Fly Double Play
      R     Runs Scored
      SB2   Stolen Bases – Second Base
      SB3   Stolen Bases – Third Base
      SBH   Stolen Bases – Home
      SB    Total Stolen Bases
      SBA   Stolen Base Attempts
      SB%   Stolen Base Percentage = SB divided by SBA
      CS2   Caught Stealing at Second
      CS3   Caught Stealing at Third
      CSH   Caught Stealing at Home
      CSDB  Caught Stealing in Double Play
      PKO1  Picked Off at First
      PKO2  Picked Off at Second
      PKO3  Picked Off at Third
      PKO   Total Times Picked Off
      MB    Missed Base
      LBE   Left Base Early
      DNTU  Did Not Tag Up
      LBP   Left Base Path
      CV    Circle Violation
      LOV   Leading Off Violation
      BLV   Base Line Violation
      HFS   Head-First Slide
      OVRB  Over Ran Base
      Pos    Position
      GP     Games Played
      TP     Time Played = Number of Outs Played at Position divided by Outs Per Inning
      APO    Assisted Put Outs
      UAPO   Unassisted Put Outs
      PO     Put Outs
      A      Assists
      E      Errors
      FE     Fielding Errors
      TE     Throwing Errors
      BE     Bobbles
      Catcher / Pitcher Stats
      PKO1   Pick Offs at First Base
      PKO2   Pick Offs at Second Base
      PKO3   Pick Offs at Third Base
      PKO    Total Pick Offs
      PKOA1  Pick Off Attempts at First Base
      PKOA2  Pick Off Attempts at Second Base
      PKOA3  Pick Off Attempts at Third Base
      PKOA   Total Pick Off Attempts
      Catcher Stats
      PCHR   Pitches Received
      PB     Passed Balls
      DTSOB  Dropped Third Strikes – On Base
      DTSOUT Dropped Third Strikes – Outs
      CS2    Caught Stealing Thrown Out at Second
      CS3    Caught Stealing Thrown Out at Third
      CSH    Caught Stealing at Home
      CSPOH  Caught Stealing Put Out at Home
      SBA    Stolen Bases Against Catcher
      INTF   Interference
      F%     Fielding Percentage = (PO + A) divided by (PO + A + E)
      CPE    Chances Per Error = (PO + A + E) divided by E
      GS    Games Started
      GC    Games Completed
      SHO   Shutouts
      SA    Saves
      BF    Batters Faced
      H     Hits Allowed
      1B    Singles Allowed
      2B    Doubles Allowed
      3B    Triples Allowed
      HR    Home Runs Allowed
      R     Runs Allowed
      BB    Base On Balls
      HB    Hit Batters
      BK    Balks
      WP    Wild Pitches
      SO    Strike Outs
      PKO1  Pick Offs at First
      PKO2  Pick Offs at Second
      PKO3  Pick Offs at Third
      PKO   Total Pick Offs
      PKOA1 Pick Offs Attempts at First
      PKOA2 Pick Offs Attempts at Second
      PKOA3 Pick Offs Attempts at Third
      PKOA  Total Pick Offs Attempts
      W     Wins
      L     Losses
      PCT   Winning Percentage
      PC    Pitch Count (does not count intentional balls)
      TS    Total Strikes
      TB    Total Balls (does not count intentional balls)
      FPS   First Pitch Strikes
      FPB   First Pitch Balls
      FPS%  First Pitch Strike Percentage
      IP    Innings Pitched (One third inning is given for each out)
      ER    Earned Runs - For ScoreBook, a run scored is always considered  "earned" unless  an error or passed ball contributed to advancing a batter or runner at least one base.
      ERA   Earned Run Average = (ER * Innings Per Game) divided by IP
      OBA   Opponent’s Batting Average