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NCAA & NAIA Mound Visit Tracker Cards

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Description

NCAA & NAIA umpires, this is your best tool for easily recording team conferences / mound visits for compliance with the pace of play rules.

The Mound Visit Tracker is a bi-fold card with “Home” and “Visitor” side-by-side with plenty of space for writing "Game Notes" on the back.

Each card has a muti-lined layout to conveniently record the details required for each conference visit:

  • Inning
  • Batter Number
  • Player Number
  • Count
  • Score

By:

  • Team
  • Coach
  • Offense
  • Extra Inning (new for 2020)

Each card is made of heavy-weight card stock paper, usable with pen or pencil.

Cards are sold in a pack of 15Use 1 card for each game.

Use in a wallet or by itself. The cards are made-to-fit in any wallet / lineup card holder (not included), yet sturdy enough for stand-alone use. 

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Official Reviews

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 (3)

John M.

Miami, FL

May 23, 2021
These are great, plenty of room for notes and well designed. I keep buying them, for all my plate work.

Kevin C.

Whiteland, IN

March 16, 2021
Tracking visits made simple.

Efrain M.

Weslaco, TX

March 5, 2020
I not only use these at the NCAA level but the NFHS level. It helps me keep track of the visits to the defense and offense during the game.

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Questions About This Product

Q: Can these be used for High School and Travel Baseball Tournaments?
– Michael Hogg
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If you've got the need to keep track of mound visits, yes!

– Ty Unthank
Communication & Service Specialist, Pro Umpire School Graduate and Umpire

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