Bill Matthews 13 years MLB Official Scorer and 9 years on MLB 4 person scoring committee. As a top College baseball coach and MLB Official scorer, he has lots of insights on the game. We started with what it takes to be an official scorer. Does it help to be a former player, coach to be an official scorer? If your just getting started what are the basic fundamentals to follow. We get into lots of examples of different plays and situations. Score what you see and not what could of or should have happened. The speed of the game today, it helps a lot to have instant replay. The behind the scenes of being an official scorer. How early do you get to the game and what are you doing to prepare prior to the game? Need to watch Batting Practice to understand the speed of the game. 24 hours to change a call. Would umpires make good official scorer? We also get into some baseball coaching insights like as a college baseball coach what Bill looks for in players. What he thinks about showcases. How important is it for 12 under players to be multi-sport athletes. And so much more.
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