Best Baseball Scorebooks 2024 – A Must Read to Before Buying

Don’t you just hate pouring money down the drain?

Like you, We also hate that.

No matter how pricy or low-priced product it is, We always want to get the best value of the money.

If you are like us, you are at the right place.

Hi, in this article of best baseball scorebook reviews, We are going to review 7 baseball scorebooks and 2 lineup cards mentioning both their pros and cons.

Why are we doing this?

We believe a scorebook is a small accessory compare to other attachments of baseball games.

But still, you should know what you are buying beforehand, rather than spending money and regret later.

To get the full joy in keeping track of the stats, this very baseball scorebook reviews guide will help you identify the right scorebook based on your need.

So, without any further ado, let’s get to the business.

Best Baseball ScoreBook 2024 Comparison Chart

Name (Click to Read Review)Size (Games)
BSN Baseball/Softball


Rawlings Deluxe System-17


Cramer Scorebook Super 16


CHAMPRO Baseball/Softball


BSN Baseball/Softball (Oversized)


Covey Sports Baseball Softball


Glover's 30 Game Baseball/Softball


Glover's Baseball/Softball Lineup Card


Rawlings System-17 Line-Up Cards


Top Baseball ScoreBooks Reviews 2024 on the Market

1. BSN Baseball/Softball Scorebook Review

 Things We Liked 

  • This scorebook has got a beginners tutorial on how to keep a scorebook. It is quite helpful particularly if you are going to keep scores for the first time.
  • Very easy to use.
  • Convenient size to keep in the bag.
  • Applicable for both baseball and softball.
  • Has got an extra slot for extended batting order.
  • You have the luxury to keep extensive stats like AB, BB, 1B, 2B, 3B, HR.
  • This particular scorebook includes season schedule, team roster, batting average chart, season totals, pitcher stats.
  • Worth the money.

 Things We Didn’t Like 

  • Not a good one for MLB scorekeeping.
  • If you are looking for more than 9 innings column then this is not the scorebook for you. To us, this is not any drawback particularly if we are looking for a scorebook for little league, and high school league usage.
  • The page quality of this scorebook is not meant to keep it for years. But using it and keeping it for a few days or months is completely ok.

We found this scorebook a handy one containing 16 batting positions and 9 innings per page. Since this book has got 26 pages, so you can score up to 26 games.

Don’t get confused!

The same page has got rooms for score-keeping on both sides. So you can manage two teams on the page by flipping back and forth.

Of course, this book has got diamonds in it instead of just blank boxes to help you manage the scoring properly.

Remember, you will find only one substitute line for each batting position.

The back cover is a tad flimsy.

Having said that, We still recommend you to buy this scorebook, if you are looking for something that will get your job done by spending very little money.

Probably this is one of the easiest books to keep score for the players and pitchers.

2. Rawlings Deluxe System-17 Scorebook Review

 Things We Liked 

  • Each sheet holds 17 batters with 2 substitutes per batter. The previous scorebook that We review has got only one substitute per batter, so this one has got one extra field.
  • The boxes for players have enough space to use it properly.
  • The overall format of the book is pretty good.
  • Strong back cover.
  • Easy to see the different fields of the book.
  • Easy to use.
  • You can use it for keeping scores for both baseball and softball games.

 Things We Didn’t Like 

  • The size is not too convenient to fit into some bags.
  • The ring of the spiral could have been a bit bigger to make the most use of the scorebook, like sticking a pencil.
  • Opportunity to log more pitcher stat could have made this book handier. It serves its purpose though.

The sheer size of the book is perfect or not is a moot point.

To us, the size is a bit big considering the portability.

But on the flip side, you have the opportunity to manage more things in one place having larger spaces. That is something you always look for while buying a scorebook, right?

This very scorebook offers 17 batters with 2 substitute per batter and 9 innings per sheet.

Make sense?

You can log up to 20 games with this Rawlings deluxe scorebook.

We would have been happier than ever if we could log more games within this price range.

But still, We believe, this a good solid scorebook for scorers, coaches, and parents who love to keep track of the stat of the game.

3. Cramer Scorebook, C.S. Peterson’s Super 16, Baseball and Softball Review

 Things We Liked 

  • User-friendly format and style.
  • A quality scorebook, sturdy enough to use without a table.
  • Convenient size.
  • The boxes are big enough for keeping detail stats for pitchers and batters.
  • Easy to keep score.
  • Usable for both baseball and softball games.

 Things We Didn’t Like 

  • Only three spaces for pitchers.
  • Not an ideal scorebook for MLB games.

A landscape scorebook providing score keeping options for 25 games.

Here in every sheet you’ve got 12 innings and 11 batting positions and 1 substitute per batter.

If you are looking for little league and high school games where few pitchers are used, then go for this one.

Don’t get disheartened!

You can use it for MLB games too. Just you have to use this book in a bit creative way to keep track of the additional pitcher’s stat.

Some users complain about not having a separate place to write player numbers.

We don’t find this a big issue though. We can easily write the number beside the name.

Overall, this is a good scorebook, especially if you are looking for some durable product to keep the score.

4. CHAMPRO Baseball/Softball Scorebook Review

 Things We Liked 

  • The instruction at the beginning of the book helps a lot if you are new to scorekeeping.
  • Applicable for both baseball and softball games.
  • The quality of the spiral binding is up to the mark.
  • Line up sheet is included with this scorebook.
  • Quality of the cover is fairly high enough.

 Things We Didn’t Like 

  • The boxes could have been a bit bigger.
  • No player summary column.
  • Expected more pages at this price point.

Another landscape baseball/softball scorebook containing 52 pages to accommodate scores for 26 games.

Each sheet you are going to have rooms for 18 players with 1 substitute per batter and 9 innings.

The format of the book is ideal for scorekeeping but as We said, the boxes seem a bit little to us.

If you are expecting bigger boxes then We recommend checking the previous scorebooks that we reviewed.

5. BSN Baseball/Softball Scorebook (Oversized) Review

 Things We Liked 
  • A lot of space for writing players name and substitute name.
  • The guideline on scoring at the beginning will prove to be super handy if you are new to scorekeeping.
  • The batting average chart in the back makes this scorebook more useful.
  • High-quality paper.
  • Durable cover.
  • Binding quality and the coils of the spiral prove the quality of this book as well.
  • Home and away sides are printed in different colors.
  • Suitable for MLB games.
  • One of the best scorebooks for the money.

 Things We Didn’t Like 

  • More batting positions per sheet could have made this book even better. ( It has got 11 positions per sheet).
  • A bit more comprehensive scope for keeping pitchers would have been a great bonus for scorers.

This is the landscape oversized (14″ x 11″) version of the first BSN baseball scorebook.

Needless to say, there are some differences between this scorebook and the one that we reviewed earlier.

This particular scorebook has got 11 positions with 3 substitute per batters and 10 innings per sheet.

So, as you can see from the previous BSN book this scorebook is ahead of innings count but behind of position count.

You can keep up to 30 games with this book.

So, the best baseball scorebooks that we’ve reviewed so far, this one offers the highest number of games to track.

[N.B – We’ve reviewed a 100 game scorebook right after this review]

How cool is that?

Altogether, We think this is one of the most useful scorebooks for coaches, scorers, parents of all level of the games.

6. Covey Sports Baseball Softball Scorebook Review

 Things We Liked 
  • You will be able to manage both teams on the same page.
  • High-quality and sturdy back cover to provide support writing without putting it on the table.
  • The quality of the coil of the spiral is really good we must say, and you have got enough space for sticking a pencil there.
  • Includes batting average chart and team roaster.
  • Works for both baseball and softball.

 Things We Didn’t Like 

  • The innings blocks are a tad small. But since we got the facility to manage two teams on the same page, We don’t mind.

We must say the quality of the materials of this Covey Sports scorebook is top class.

Here you have got the room for 12 batters with 2 substitutes for each batter and 10 innings per team.

On the same page, you can keep score for both the teams, no need to go back and forth.

Isn’t that a great feature?

And guess what?

This is a 100 games scorebook, meaning you can track up to a total of 100 games.

We think, if you like to manage two teams on the same page with having other features, then you won’t regret using this book.

We are worried you won’t buy any other scorebook once you use this.

7. Glover’s 30 Game Baseball/Softball Scorebook Review

 Things We Liked 

  • High-quality durable cover.
  • The coil of the spiral is top class.
  • You can keep detailed stat with this scorebook.
  • 2 substitute rooms against each batter.
  • Applicable for both baseball and softball.

 Things We Didn’t Like 

  • It is difficult to carry the book inside a bag due to its size.

Glover’s as a brand is always our favorite when it’s about scorebook buying.

This particular book is not any different.

You will have 15 players room with 2 subs for each player and 9 innings per sheet.

You have the luxury to manage 30 games in total.

Separate location for tracking pitchers with 4 fields. You will also have the option for pitchers by innings per sheet.

Although the size of the book may cause a bit of trouble to carry it in the bag, overall it will give you a pleasant experience with its quality.

Here are some cool features that We must mention. You will have a batting average chart, lineup cards, player information sheet, individual player stat sheet with this Glovers scorebook.

Overall, this is a must try scorebook for any level of coach, scorer or parents.

8. Glover’s Baseball/Softball Review Lineup Card Review

 Things We Liked 

  • Enough space to write the names of the players and substitute.
  • You can use it for 35 games.
  • Cover quality is good.
  • Works for both baseball and softball.

 Things We Didn’t Like 

  • Paper quality is good. But a bit better quality wouldn’t have hurt us.
  • Price could have been a bit lower.


This is a lineup card, not like the scorebooks that we reviewed so far. We are sure you know the difference between a lineup card and scorebook.

This very Glover’s baseball/softball lineup card gives you the option to use it for 35 games.

For each game, the lineup card can be used for your team, umpires, the officials and of course for your opponents as you will find 4 parts form for each game.

For the teams, you will find 19 spots for the starters and 15 spots for the substitutes.

All in all, a nice and handy lineup book except the price could have been a bit lower.

9. Rawlings System-17 Line-Up Cards Review

 Things We Liked 

  • You can use it for both baseball and softball games.
  • Paper quality is good.
  • Big fields with enough space to write names and position.

 Things We Didn’t Like 

  • Nothing significant. Perhaps you would expect to have more pages at this price point to keep track more games. But I think based on the market the price is OK.

Another lineup card but this one allows you to keep track of 12 games.

For each game, you will have 4 carbon less forms to be used for your team, opponent, umpires, and officials.

Each part provides the opportunity to fill up 17 starters and 10 substitutes.

We don’t know why is the company saying that you can lineup 17 substitutes.

Even it is visible in the image that you have a separate column for substitutes where there are 10 rows, not 17.

Anyhow, We must say, this is a worth buying lineup card for you.

Things to Consider Before Purchasing a Baseball Scorebook

Cover, Paper, and Spiral Quality

The quality of the cover (both front and back, especially the back) should meet the minimum standard to make the scorebook usable for at least a few days.

Some scorebooks have got super quality and sturdy back cover. You can easily use them without feeling any necessity of getting a table to keep that book on it for writing.

The paper quality is equally important to make the scorebook usable. Of course, you won’t expect your scorebook tearing off after a couple of usages.

How about the spiral quality?

Needless to say, the coil of the spiral and the overall binding quality has got to be good.

Otherwise it will become a nightmare to you to flip the pages back and forth.

If you buy a book that has got the space for sticking the pencil, that could turn into a real handy scorebook at any time.

Size of the Scorebook

Size of the scorebook is something that you may or may not take into consideration. It depends on your personal preference.

Sometimes big books are a bit cumbersome to put in some bags. But on the flip side, they give you the bigger space to write the stats.

Printing Quality

Of course, without a good printing quality scorebook, you won’t be able to see the rooms for stats properly.

Consequently, the scoring experience will turn into a nightmare for you.

Bigger Space for Writing

If the scorebook contains all the options to track every stat but the fields are so small to write, then it is of no use.

Number of Games, Batters, Substitute, Innings, Pitchers

There is no hard rule on the total number of games a particular scorebook offers you to track.

Or the number of batters, substitute, innings, and pitchers per sheet doesn’t have to be anything specific.

Just make sure if the numbers are meeting your expectation or not before buying.


At the end of the day, any scorebook won’t break your bank. But as we said, you don’t like pouring money down the drain, right?

A comparison and review guide like this will certainly help you to know the different benefits and trade-offs of different scorebooks.

As a result, you will be able to judge the pricing against each book. Go for it if you think that is within your expectation level.

Final Words

If you are reading this line, you are familiar with the some of the handy baseball scorebooks available on the market.

It’s not a wise decision to buy each product individually, test, and decide.

That’s exactly why we prepared this best baseball scorebook reviews article, where we’ve reviewed 7 scorebooks and 2 lineup cards.

We tried to focus on the quality of the scorebooks and how good you will be able to manage the stats, etc.

Now it’s your turn.

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