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Apr 26, 2011

Statillac Baseball Statistics Software Review

I used to love going to baseball games with my family as a kid. Sometimes we'd even drive all the way up to Toronto (from Rochester) to see a Blue Jays game. And this was back in the day when the Jays were in the World Series. (My parents even went to a few of those World Series games...including the last game of the 1993 series when Joe Carter hit the home run to win the game and the World Series for the Jays...but I digress!) Anyhoo, my mother always used to buy a program so she could record every at bat. She even taught me a little bit about how you record all of the information in a tiny little box by using shorthand. But with the Statillac baseball statistics software, I don't need to use any shorthand to record every at bat.

My Take:
This software is incredibly easy to use and even has a step-by-step tutorial on how to use the software. All you need is a basic knowledge of baseball, and you're set to go. You can then "capture game stats, generate game and season reports and export reports to PDF." First, you input all of the players who will be in the game (separated by team), then you start a new game, inputting which teams are playing, what the date is, if it's during the regular season or post-season, etc. Everything after that is very simple clicking of the mouse. Honestly, I think even a young child who knows baseball could use this software to track game statistics.

I highly recommend this software as a gift for any sports lover. It also comes in football and softball versions, just in case baseball isn't your thing.

Cost: You can buy Statillac baseball statistics software for $99 or start off with a free trial. ($$$$$)

Overall: We give Statillac baseball statistics software a 9/10!

We received a Statillac baseball statistics software license free of charge for the sole purpose of this review; no other compensation was received. All opinions expressed are my own.

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