These two scorecards could be used by those interested in
tracking the game more closely. They are a little more
detailed than the above card, but still don't allow for as
much detail as Henry Chadwick suggested in 1867.
Vintage Base Ball Scorecard
Click on this link to display a Vintage Base Ball Scorecard
composed of various fonts from the 1860s and saved as a jpeg file.
It will also print on a standard 8.5"x11" page.
|Vintage Base Ball Scorecard
|Click on the above link to display a Vintage Base Ball
Scorecard composed in Microsoft Word using Bookman
Old Style fonts. If it opens, it should display as it was
intended and print on a standard 8.5"x11" page.
|Scorecard from National Association exhibition game.
New York Mutuals 4, Boston Red Stockings 5, October 16, 1871
|This jpeg template has been set up to allow for the printed addition
(on the right side) of the rules (or notes) about vintage base ball or
even advertising. It is based on scorecards printed in the early
1870s. It should be printed on cardstock, in landscape format and
folded in the middle. The other side can be printed with team
emblems pictures or other text or images as was done in the early