Initial Goal Hit + $7,500 App Stretch Goal

As you probably know by now–we hit our initial funding goal in under 2 weeks! Thank you so much to everyone who has backed us and believed in this project. So what does this mean? Well as I’ve stated before, initial costs for this game are about 20k with legal/accounting fees, printing, etc (not including 100s of hours spent working on it). $5,000 was the initial goal to cover enough of the start up cost so that we can begin doing some other stuff like marketing / community building without going bankrupt.

Now that this first goal is successful, it’s time to work towards our first stretch goal: A Companion Scoring App.

Key Features

Ditch the paper score cards
This app completely replaces paper scoring cards. No need to worry about having a stockpile of printed cards. Heck, I don’t even own a printer.

Log Pitching Stats
Keep all of your pitcher’s necessary stats (IP, R, BB). You’ll need these to know when your pitchers are tired. Remember: every 4 runs OR 4 walks is -1 Inning Pitched (can not be combined).

Easily Update Defensive Ratings
You’ll need your Battery, Infield and Outfield ratings handy to make advanced plays. These ratings can change as you sub players in and out of the game – this app will make it easy to update these ratings on the fly without a need to erase on a physical score card.

Save Games / View History
Don’t worry about paper scorecards piling up – your game history will always be saved. This makes it easy for you to play series/seasons with friends.

Just one note: this “app” may just be an online mobile website at launch. We are not sure if it will be available in app stores at launch. This will not fundamentally make any difference, other than how you will access it. There are plans for many other features down the line, including checklists, roster builder, and more!

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Michael Bimonte

Co-Owner and Creative Director of Clutch. Current hockey/softball player and devoted Mets and NY Rangers fan. Made his first baseball card game nearly 10 years ago to play during study hall.

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