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02-21-2013, 10:13 PM
Kane One
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Originally Posted by sparxx87 View Post
I wasn't trying to offend, just don't see the reasoning in it..

Save it for what though? I'm not trying to be rude, I see people do it all the time I just don't see the purpose of it? Do you go back and reference it? Doesn't baseball reference record all that data?
Do you not save anything? Do you save tickets to a hockey game? Sometimes I go back to reference it. And no, you can't find everything that's on a scorecard on Baseball-Reference. There's much more situational things on a scorecard like who's on base during an AB, the pitch count--which not everyone keeps track of, but I do--, and much more. I just started to save my scorecards and I have only two seasons even though I've been doing them for about ten years and I've probably looked at them about five times. Saving scorecards is like saving pictures.

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