#22 Scorebook: First Edition
#22 Scorebook: First Edition
The First Edition of the #22 Scorebook is a limited run of 100 books. Each comes with a unique edition number stamped onto the back, the "First Edition 22" logo on the cover, and a gold-foil cover treatment.
Scoring Method: Traditional
Lineup slots: 9 (each with two substitution lines)
Pitcher slots: 9
Scoring Orientation: Landscape, with binding always on the top
Cover: 50-pt book board, letterpressed with metallic foil.
Interior Pages: Mohawk Renewal Hemp Clean White 80# paper (30% hemp, FSC® certified), offset printed with Pantone ink.
Binding: Copper Double O-Ring Wire, 3:1 pitch.
30 Games: 9" x 11" x 3/8"
40 Games: 9" x 11" x 7/16"
50 Games: 9" x 11" x 1/2"
A New Gold Standard
The #22 Scorebook is designed to guide the stats-lover without distracting those that prefer to score more simply. It features a striking gold-foil cover, letter-sized scoresheets, double-loop metal ring binding across the top, and thick covers. The First Edition is available in 30-, 40-, or 50-game sizes, each hand-assembled, individually-numbered, and inspired by our shared love for a pastime that many know but few understand.
Score Your Way
Scorekeeping is personal, and our flexible scoresheet is intentionally designed to support detailed scoring without demanding it. Grids, columns, and shading are there for the pitch-trackers among us, but ultimately it’s your scoring style that stands out—not the scoresheet itself.
Carry It With Confidence
At home or at the ballpark, enjoy a stable scorekeeping surface that’s supported by thick, durable covers. A smooth, double-ring metal binding means your book will always open and close cleanly, game after game.
Look Good, Feel Good
With paper made from 30% hemp, we're putting a more sustainable product on the field and saving more lumber for bats.
What are the different shaded areas in the at-bat box used for?
Scorebook #22 is designed to help scorekeepers create detailed score sheets that are easy to scan and tally, yet still leave room for personal style and a little bit of fun.
The at-bat box is the heart of the scoresheet, and you can use our scoring tips or adapt it to fit your own style. See our guide and tip sheet (included in Scorebook #22), or a sample of a completed scoresheet.
What goes in the empty box at the bottom of the inning column?
It's flexible space where you can track what you'd like. Inning pitch counts, a typical R/H/LOB or R/H/LOB/E total, any other combination of inning stats, snacks you ate...it's your call.
Do I really have to draw the team's logo?!
Yes. OK not really, but if you decide to try, have fun with it!
What is the cover design supposed to mean?
There are nine positions on the field, and nine letters in the word "scorebook". This cover design was meant to be.
How durable is this book?
We use book board for the #22 Scorebook covers, which is what they make hardcover books out of. It's probably overkill...but we wanted to make sure they will hold up until you've filled it up!
Can I open the book flat to take a photo of a full game at once?
Yes, the book will open flat for a full-game spread. However, since we orient the pages to have the binding always be at the top of the scoresheet, when you're viewing a full-game spread one team's sheet will be upside-down. See this photo for an example.
What edge is the binding on while I'm scoring?
Scorebook #22 will be in landscape orientation while you're scoring, and the binding will always be at the top edge. To switch between the visiting team and home team sheets, you'll flip the book left-to-right or right-to-left (not top-to-bottom).
Will ink bleed through the pages?
The scoresheet pages are thick 80# text weight paper. Your pens and highlighters won't bleed through, so no worries there.
Can I send this as a gift?
That's a great idea! We can ship to you to give, or put everything in order to ship directly to the gift recipient. Send us a note and let us know how we can help make the recipient feel deservedly special.
“Rickey was never motivated by stats. He was motivated by numbers.”