I mentioned this before. I don't really sweat what the guy who does the book. writes down. A lot of time and at lower levels its a dad that means well or another player. Not exactly experienced score keeping. If your trying to keep track and record at the HS level for college recruiters, thats a different issue. at 14/u it really doesn't to much.
My son's a catcher and I know what he should and shouldn't get to....I dont sweat if the pitcher spikes the ball two feet in front of the plate and it goes up and over my catcher. I actually heard a parent of the pitcher say the catcher should have had it. LOL. Ignorance is bliss I guess.
I make mental notes and discuss it with T after the game. He knows if a hit goes through whether it was a hit, an error or a little luck. He doesn't sweat the averages at 14/u. He goes game by game.
Not until the #s matter does he sweat it....