If there is a more comprehensive baseball scorekeeping site than The Baseball Scorecard, it would be an impressively comprehensive baseball scorekeeping site.
The Art of Manliness offers its own tutorial on scorekeeping. I enjoyed the emphasis on creating your own style, but I would’ve included more about how to score the way Hemingway did.
Keeping score makes Rob Neyer happy, and that makes us happy.
At the bottom of this Keith Olbermann post about Bryce Harper and Spring Training, there’s a lovely picture of a pin-neat scorecard.
Roger Angell with a sentence on scoring Roy Halladay’s historic playoff no-hitter:
“Even from a distance, at home again in your squalid living-room loge, you felt something special this time about the flow of pitches, balls and (mostly) strikes, the inexorably approaching twenty-seventh man retired, and, if you happened to be keeping score, the pleasingly staggered, vertically accumulating triads of outs.”
Bethany Heck, who we interviewed, wrote a post about her project over at NotGraphs.
MLB has a little Baseball Basics page on keeping score, and I have to say that the method is a little bizarre.