Tag: Baseball

4 Easy Steps to Ensure Your Display is Baseball Ready

With Baseball season starting, it's time to fire up your video display for the year. But first, a system check is necessary. If your service agreement includes an annual system check, you might be covered. If not, here are four things to consider to ensure your display is in peak condition. Perform a visual inspection - For ...

Batter Up!

With baseball season swinging into action, teams need to ensure they are ready with all of the display content they need for the upcoming season. Updated headshots, new logo treatments and refreshed sponsor ads are just a few things that may need to be considered. Sponsor Obligations – Ask your marketing department about sponsor contract obligations that need ...

Loons “Dive in” to 2018 with a Daktronics upgrade

With baseball season just around the corner, clubs are making their preparations for opening day and the roughly 70 games that will follow. In Midland, Michigan, the Great Lakes Loons (Single-A affiliate of the Los Angeles Dodgers) are preparing with all new displays and a complete control system overhaul. The installation began immediately following the ...

Last Call for Baseball User Group Registration

Last call! Registration for the 2018 Daktronics Baseball User Group is closing next week. Have you considered registering for this free seminar? Join us at our headquarters in Brookings, SD, for this in-depth, hands-on user seminar held January 23-25. This year's seminar will provide information about the latest Show Control feature developments as well as ...

Registration Open for the 2018 Baseball User Group

Our Professional Services team is gearing up for 2018 Baseball Users Group! The seminar will be held January 23-25 in Brookings, SD.

Trackman Pitch Speed and Exit Velocity integration is available!

Earlier this year, we collaborated with Trackman to develop a new interface and integration solution for Trackman data, which is now network based. We are excited to announce that we are ready to begin integration and deployment of this new data type at all MiLB sites and NCAA schools that utilize the Trackman system.This new ...

Intentional walk

An update to the MLB rules earlier this year has an effect on how DakStats operators should score the Intentional Walk. Rather than the pitcher throwing four pitches to walk a batter, a hand signal is given by the defensive's teams manager. To properly input this play in DakStats, users should use the Base on ...

From Cal Ripken Jr. to Kris Bryant and All the Lights In-Between

Major League Baseball is America’s pastime. A cliché that gets used a lot, but it is fact. The game has withstood 2 world wars, a handful of scandals, and was a staple in our nations healing after September 11, 2001. You can walk into Wrigley Field and travel back in time to the 20s with ...

How to edit rosters in DakStats Baseball

Your fans trust you to display data that is precise and accurate. This includes the player’s season and in-game stats.  Whether using GameDay download or manually entering rosters, your statistician should always confirm the stats and be ready to edit them if something needs attention. Avoid embarrassing mistakes and verify your data before your game.  ...

All Sport Consoles Tips for Baseball

As baseball season arrives in full swing, it's useful to familiarize yourself with the AT BAT, pitch count and time settings of your All Sport console. The steps below are sorted into three sections based on the model of All Sport console that you may have. Using this information will help you to smoothly run ...