Tag: DakStats Baseball

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 ...

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.  ...

Tips for Testing Stats for Professional Baseball

Stats are a crucial element of a baseball production, so don’t wait until game day to test out the data messages on your display(s). We suggest running a test game with stats to make sure your messages clearly convey the information that will grab your fan's attention. Follow these tips to set up a test game ...

DakStats Baseball Operators Get Ready!

Opening day for 2016 is just around the corner (or for some programs down south, it’s already here) and Daktronics has several new baseball sites that will soon be utilizing DakStats Baseball scoring software. During the course of training, I often get asked how operators (with little or no DakStats experience) can prepare for opening ...

Free Recorded Training is Available for MiLB and NCAA Statistic Keepers

The Daktronics training group recently hosted a webinar that reviewed how DakStats tracks live game stats, provides detailed statistical reports and supplies data to various display systems. This recorded training provides an overview of the initial setup and game day operation of the DakStats Baseball and covers topics such as: Creating and editing teams and ...