The original Eephus League scorebook is the best scorebook around. This one could be even better.
The HalfLiner Scorebook is the newest scorebook design from the Eephus League. It scores a full half season of 81 games. It is a sturdy Double Wire-O bound book, with a stiff cover and chipboard back that give it great writing surfaces. While the first Eephus scorebook had a lot of extra materials aimed at teaching people the art of scorekeeping, this book is designed for people who want a more fleshed out scorekeeping experience and don’t need the extras. There are more innings, more substitution slots, and more stat columns in the HalfLiner scorebook. The scorekeeping grid is larger to allow more space for scorekeepers to work.
At 7.5” x 9.75”, the HalfLiner is smaller than a standard letter-sized scorecard. The more petite profile is meant to make the scorebook less cumbersome to bring to the ballpark.
Ultimately, it’s my hope that the HalfLiner scorebook gives fans a beautiful scorebook that will last them a long time and give them a pure scorekeeping experience that isn’t riddled with a complex grid that demands you keep score one particular way.
- Bethany Heck, Eephus League
As a huge fan of Bethany Heck’s work and the original Eephus League scorebook, I could not be more thrilled that there is a new way for me to throw my money at something. Definitely check out her Kickstarter and contribute.
come on cat, the rest of us want to watch baseball too!
Auto-reblog. Also, the cat totally thinks Dom Brown should be playing everyday.
Many of you have likely heard about the bombing at the Boston Marathon today. I’ve created this downloadable wallpaper to raise money to benefit the victims. All money raised will be evenly distributed between Boston Children’s Hospital and Red Cross of Boston. You can donate here.
Please spread the word, not only for this one, but for all charitable endeavors, including blood donation. The people of Boston need our help. Let’s give it to them.
I bought it.
If you’re not throwing out the first pitch in a sleeveless jean jacket, you’re doing it wrong.
Life goal #1.
just in time for spring.
I thought these were fake cards! #pablosandoval