Reporting to the Scorekeeper Scheduler, we are looking for many Scorekeepers.
Record all gameplay and results that take place during a game on a scoresheet and assume the responsibilities expected between teams that adhere to the Baseball Quebec rules of play.
Be at lease 13 years old during the calendar year;
Have knowledge of the rules of baseball;
Complete and pass a mandatory 1-day training course to obtain accreditation;
Good command of French. English will be an asset; and
Must be available on weekday evenings and sometimes on weekends.
Depending on the category and level of the officiated games and the ranks and years of experience obtained by the candidate. For more details, see the price list for the 2020 season.
COURSES FOR SCOREKEEPERS
For the available courses (level 1, 2 or 3), visit the Lac St-Louis Scorekeeper page on the Baseball Quebec website. For your information, the courses will be held in April or May. This course will be paid for by CBSL, if you work a minimum number of games as a scorekeeper during the summer (follow-up will be done by the Scorekeeper Scheduler).
Resolution adopted by the CBSL in April 2018
To pay for course and uniform/equipment fees, a minimum commitment of eight games (= season + tournament + LSL Regional + DPSL Championships) will be required by CBSL for each umpire or scorekeeper or your post-dated cheque for $75 (dated for September 1 of the current year), which will be collected by the Head Umpire or Scorekeeper Scheduler, as the case may be, before the start of the season, will be deposited at the end of the summer. No official will be given games by the Scorekeeper Scheduler without submitting their cheque. In this way, the same person can be both umpire and scorekeeper during the summer as long as he or she respects the minimum of eight games officiated separately as an umpire or scorekeeper.