Baseball Pitch Counter Apps

Easy Pitcher Stats Tracking


Need to keep track of the baseball pitch count? Well there are some apps for that. These will be useful for parents, kids playing a ball game, or even umpires. We compare our favorites in this AppGuide.

Essential Apps

  • $0.99

    Baseball Pitch Count

    by Keld Sperry

    Baseball Pitch Count is the essential app. It allows you to track multiple pitchers on multiple teams. This one is designed to simply track the stats of the pitcher rather than individual batting situations. You can keep track of strikes balls, foul balls, hits for outs, and base hits. It will automatically calculate the total number of pitches and the percent of strikes. You can export the data through a simple email. We would love the ability to track more than two teams, but beyond that this is a pretty incredible app.

  • $0.99

    Ball Count

    by Joseph Frizalone

    Ball Count is a different kind of pitch counting app. This app is used to keep track of the current inning. You can track the ball count, strike count, and number of outs. A very simple app that is well worth its price of $0.99. Those looking for an alternative can check out StrikeCount featured in the “Other” section of this AppGuide.

Notable Apps

  • $1.99

    My Pitch Count

    by Jeff Banfield

    My Pitch Class is a great app for those that want more than a simple pitch count app. You’ll also get a scoreboard and a radar gun app. We would not trust the accuracy of the radar gun, but it should give you a general idea on how fast you are throwing. The app goes beyond the essential app by allowing you to track five pitchers per team instead of four. We found the interface less appealing than the essential app, but still very good. It includes many of the same features and is a worthy alternative.

  • Free

    PowerChalk Pitch Counter

    by PowerChalk

    PowerChalk Pitch Counter is an okay free option. You will be limited to tracking only strikes and balls. It will also track pitch count, and percent of strikes. The interface is pretty good and worth a look for those that don’t need the advanced features.

Decent Apps

  • $3.99

    OnScreen Pitch Count

    by OnScreen Science, Inc.

    OnScreen Pitch Count has some nice features to track data, but the interface and design is about as bad as it comes. The app continues to be updated, but the interface is still very lacking. We would love for a complete revamp. This app has potential, but right now it is simply not ready.

  • $1.99

    Total Pitch Count

    by TapTheScore

    Total Pitch Count is a simplistic pitch counting app. The price does not reflect its barebones nature. For $1.99 you could get higher quality apps that cost half as much. You are able to track balls and strikes. There are no foul balls or any of the advanced features you will find in the essential app. This is an okay app that will hopefully improve over time.

  • $1.99

    Pitch Count

    by Rare Software

    Pitch Count is another overpriced app. Just like Total Pitch Count, this app simply does not track enough information for it to be useful. The design of the app is pretty good, but not perfect. We would suggest looking elsewhere for now.

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