Entering Game Scores

Here are the steps to entering your teams scores for each game.

  • On the left-hand side, click on “Games”

  • To quickly find the game, select from the dropdown your team name, season year, and the league name (for example, Polar Power League & 2019) then click filter, like below:

  • Scroll until you find the correct game and click on the game name (such as “Your Team vs Your Opponent” under the Game column)

  • Enter the runs for each inning as well as the total runs, hits, and errors. The outcome is automatically decided so don’t enter anything here. If the home team doesn’t bat in the 9th, just place a “-” in the box. If you don’t go to extra innings, leave them blank. If you go to more than 10 innings, put all the runs in the 10th inning box separated by a “/” such as “0/0/1” to represent 0 runs in the 10th, 11th, and 1 run in the 12th.

  • Scroll down on the right-hand side until you see a list of checkboxes and players names. Don’t change the team from the drop down, scroll until you see your team. Select all of the batters that entered the game like below:

  • Next, click on the Pitching tab and enter all of the pitchers that entered the game:

  • Scroll back to the top and on the right-hand side, edit the time of the game (do the correct date and roughly when the game started, since it will not publish the results until 90 minutes after the start time) like below:
    • Try to be accurate with the start time (within a few hours). This will make it easier to keep track of order of games played for updating the manager rankings

  • Click “Update” (it might say “Published” which does the same thing)
  • Scroll back down to the box score section. Edit the batting order to reflect the order you used in the game:
    • You can do this by clicking on the handle next to each player’s name and dragging them to the correct spot in the lineup

  • Enter all of the totals. Make sure to not include in the total at-bat column plate appearances that resulted in walks or sacrifice flies/bunts.
    • If a player has a BB, 1B, 2B, 3B, HR, IBB, sac bunt, and sac fly in a single game, then their totals would be: 4 AB, 2 BB, 4 H, 1 2B, 1 3B, 1 HR, etc.
  • If a batter is removed for a substitution, change the substitution’s Status column to say “Bench”, then indicate which player they came in for. Move the substituted player to appear underneath the starting player in the lineup.
  • Edit the pitching box score to reflect the order that they were used in the game:

  • Make sure to have all the of the relief pitchers Status column say “Bench” then indicate which player they came in for. Move the substituted player to appear underneath the starting player in the lineup.
  • If a pitcher records less than a full inning, use decimal notation (i.e. 1 out would be 0.33 or 0.34, 2 outs would be 0.66 or 0.67). You can change the last digit to make the game total the correct innings as appropriate.
  • (Optional) Scroll down to the bottom to leave a fun paragraph or so of a nice game summary. Bonus points for including the names of strategy cards that were essential to key moments in the game!

  • When you’re done, scroll back to the top and click “Update” on the top right. Let your opponent know you’re done editing your stats so they can enter in theirs.


  • Make sure you only enter in stats via the game page. Don’t enter scores on the player list on on the player page. This will prevent the stats from updating.
  • If you don’t change the game time and it is by default set in the future, it will not show the stats until 90 minutes after the start time.