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Why Pitchkount

With the NFHS requiring all states to implement pitch count rules, this has created a number of issues for coaches that go beyond just counting pitches.  Each day of the season, there are now eligible and ineligible pitchers and it’s crucial that coaches know the exact status of both their pitchers and their opponent’s.  Not having this information could result in a forfeit because a coach inadvertently uses an ineligible pitcher or possibly a loss because they didn’t know the opposing team was using an ineligible pitcher.

Coaches need a simple to use, easy to follow system that removes human error in determining mandatory days of rest and puts the pitcher availability information right at their fingertips.  This is no small task, but precisely what PitchKount does and why it’s so valuable.

Plus, PitchKount doesn’t change anything in the dugout.  Coaches can continue to score their games with electronic scoring apps or a traditional scorebook and count pitches just as they always have.  After games, PitchKount uses the game data to automatically provide coaches with all the information they need to effectively manage their pitchers and avoid infractions.


The PitchKount system offers various methods for recording accurate pitch count data with each having its own verification process.

If there is a dispute about the pitcher(s) and/or their recorded pitch count, PitchKount provides a specific process to investigate and resolve the issue.

Not with PitchKount, it automatically performs these functions for you. Using the verified data and your specific Athletic Association’s rules, PitchKount determines each pitcher’s “Next Available Date” and provides this information to you in a daily Pitching Report.

PitchKount provides each team with a Pitching Report that lists those players who are not eligible to pitch. This report updates daily and coaches can print it out or use a mobile device to access it from the dugout.

With PitchKount, you can view your opponent’s current Pitching Report. Any listed players are not eligible to pitch that day. Print a copy for the dugout or pull it up using your mobile device. Either way, you’re in the know.

Great question, because pitch count rules apply for pitchers across all levels.  No worries though, PitchKount tracks all your pitchers and puts this information at your fingertips every day via the Pitching Report.

PitchKount verifies the accuracy of the recorded data, automatically determines each pitcher’s “Next Available Date” and then provides each team’s Pitching Report for all to see. Because of these checks and balances, PitchKount puts all teams on a level playing field.

PitchKount provides each player with an Individual Player Card detailing the dates he pitched and the number of pitches thrown.  It lists the dates in chronological order and season by season.  You’ll easily be able to show a player’s workload over time.  This information can also assist coaches in managing individual players and/or see trends in a player’s performance.

Quite the contrary, it reduces it. As a cloud based, independent application that does not require any type of download or software installation, PitchKount provides a low-touch, comprehensive solution to managing pitch count rules. Coaches and Athletic Associations won’t be tasked with record keeping, verifying data or determining required days of rest. PitchKount will lessen the load on coaches and Athletic Associations.

Teams within each state and specific Athletic Association are grouped together so that the correct set of rules are applied.

PitchKount is updated each year and schools that change to a different Athletic Association are moved within the system to reflect this change.

Each year, the PitchKount system is updated with each Athletic Association’s current rules.  So, as rules change and evolve over time, so will PitchKount!

Absolutely.  Within PitchKount, each team is linked with their home state and specific Athletic Association.  It doesn’t matter who a team plays– once data for a team has been verified and recorded, that team’s specific set of rules are applied.  So, you can play a team from another state or even another Athletic Association and your rules will apply to your team while your opponent’s rules will apply to their team.

No.  PitchKount doesn’t change what you do in the dugout at all.  Whether you use an electronic scoring application, a tradional scorebook, a pitch count chart and/or a hand-held clicker, you can keep right on doing that.

Despite its name, PitchKount is not an in-game application.  Rather, it’s a software system used after games to collect the pitch count data and instantly convert it into the actionable information you need.


  • Is a comprehensive software solution
  • Is simple to use & requires very little data entry
  • Ensures the accuracy of recorded pitch count data
  • Provides coaches with up-to-date, actionable information
  • Automatically determines each pitcher's "Next Available Date”
  • Provides each team with a daily Pitching Report of ineligible pitchers
  • Helps ensure that all teams are adhering to their state’s pitch count rules
  • Doesn't require coaches to change how they score their games or count pitches