Former BlackBerry executives Mike Kirkup and Brian Zubert who as soon as led the best way for BlackBerry Developer Relations have tell us approximately their new app – Score More Baseball, lately to be had for BlackBerry, Android and iOS. Score More assists in keeping your scorekeeping easy and optimizes your batting order mirroring that of the Moneyball. The app may also with ease rating your video games and carry out all the stat monitoring for you. Check out the whole press unlock beneath. BlackBerry Execs Turned Startup Advisors Launch Score More Baseball Mike Kirkup and Brian Zubert, former leaders in BlackBerry’s Developer Relations, have joined forces to place “Moneyball” into the wallet of coaches and gamers with Score More Baseball. Waterloo, ON – March 17, 2015 – Today, the cellular app Score More Baseball launches for Android, BlackBerry, and iOS. Score More Baseball simplifies the scoring of baseball video games and brings the facility of “Moneyball” to newbie, rec, and adolescence baseball groups, the use of the similar efficiency-primarily based method now utilized by over a dozen Major League Baseball groups. Score More Baseball makes baseball scorekeeping so rapid and simple that any show, teammate, or determine can temporarily and correctly rating the sport on their telephone or tablet, which then applies the “Moneyball” method to the workforce’s batting order, serving to the group revel in longer rallies, strand fewer runners, and in the end, rating extra runs. All stats are saved within the cloud, permitting the instruct and the gamers to trace each their workforce and person growth. The concept for the app used to be conceived now not lengthy after Brian Zubert used to be laid off from his place at BlackBerry. In his private time, he’d been doing stat monitoring in Microsoft Excel the use of the “Moneyball” means together with his males’s slo-pitch group. “After each and every recreation, O used to take the pen and paper scoresheets, attempt to make feel ...
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