Some days you scorecard the game; some days the game scorecards you.
I was eaten by a scorecard today.
Jays got eaten too today - Arencebia plated one run with a pass ball and one more that wasn't in scoring position when the BH subsequently rolled under Encarnacion's glove for the second time tonight - plating two runs and scored a base hit by the home town scorekeeper.
Manager John Gibbons might have put more defence on the field in this game - instead of worrying about righty lefty match-ups against minor. That's my take anyway - see it as a pitching duel with very few runs - which is what it as till the roof caved in with errors and and battery problems.
At any rate - it's all there - scored properly I think.
You can see in the bottom of the 3rd - I had the order out of whack. Missed the last out in the bottom of the 2nd - had to erase 9 at-bats - a HR included - and move every play down one for an inning and a half. Happened again later but I caught it before the inning ended and no homer to contend with (they take a lot of time, colouring four corners, plus any RBI-ed runs).
Hate when that happens.
Going to add #'s to the top right corner of every at-bat box indicating what batter in the line-up each row is. Should make bases loaded situation much easier to score. The Blogger interface is quiet narrow - only 6 innings wide and 3 high in this mark-up - so it's hard to tell where you are in the order unless you're very familiar with the teams.