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baseball scorecard generator

From:
J. Kaiden
Date:
2012-05-04 @ 10:01
hello all,

  If you care about baseball half as much as I do, this might be
interesting to you - if not, well I'm sorry...

  screenshot:
https://github.com/lljk/baseball_scorecard/blob/master/scorecard_screenshot.png
  source: https://github.com/lljk/baseball_scorecard

  Assuming you do give a rat's behind about baseball, odds are you've
scored a game or two...  I've been living abroad for a good long while -
and the truth is that folks where I am are clueless about baseball... their
loss.  Anyway, here's an app I worked out with green Shoes and timothyf's
gameday_api to generate html scorecards so I can check out the games the
next day in a way that's sensible (to me at least...) even if i can't
actually talk to anyone about it ;)

INSTALL:

gem install 'baseball_scorecard'

RUN (in terminal):

scorecard

  Installation of the gem might take a while - it's dependent on a few
other gems that may need to be installed as well.  Once the thing is
installed, type `scorecard` into your terminal or command line or whatever,
press return or enter or whatever, and away you go!

  Select a team and date from the window that pops up, and click 'find
games.'  If games for the given team and date are found, a box where you
can select the game time (if there's a double header that day,) and a
'build scorecards' button will appear.  Click 'build scorecards,' and give
the thing a little while to cook....  it's got a bunch of data to get and
crunch!

  Check out the readme.txt file on github for more info...

  I've tested on Ubuntu 10.04 LTS and WinXP, please let me know if you have
any problems/issues/gripes...

  Thanks again to the folks here on the Shoes list for being so helpful and
generally awesome...

  Go Shoes!
  Go Sox!

  - j

Re: [shoes] baseball scorecard generator

From:
Steve Klabnik
Date:
2012-05-04 @ 10:19
I can't possibly care about baseball, I live in Pittsburgh. :p

Re: [shoes] baseball scorecard generator

From:
J. Kaiden
Date:
2012-05-04 @ 10:48
hey Steve,

On Fri, May 4, 2012 at 10:19 AM, Steve Klabnik <steve@steveklabnik.com>wrote:

> I can't possibly care about baseball, I live in Pittsburgh. :p
>

  ...ouch!  when i was a kid i had one of those crazy funky pirates caps -
talk about style ;)

  being from boston, it's in my DNA to care about baseball - and to suffer
like a bastard for it!

  - j

Re: [shoes] baseball scorecard generator

From:
Peter Fitzgibbons
Date:
2012-05-15 @ 14:32
You all don't hold a candle to Chicago Cubs.

105 years.

Peter Fitzgibbons
(847) 859-9550
Email: peter.fitzgibbons@gmail.com
IM GTalk: peter.fitzgibbons
IM AOL: peter.fitzgibbons@gmail.com


On Fri, May 4, 2012 at 5:48 AM, J. Kaiden <jakekaiden@gmail.com> wrote:

> hey Steve,
>
>
> On Fri, May 4, 2012 at 10:19 AM, Steve Klabnik <steve@steveklabnik.com>wrote:
>
>> I can't possibly care about baseball, I live in Pittsburgh. :p
>>
>
>   ...ouch!  when i was a kid i had one of those crazy funky pirates caps -
> talk about style ;)
>
>   being from boston, it's in my DNA to care about baseball - and to suffer
> like a bastard for it!
>
>   - j
>

Re: [shoes] baseball scorecard generator

From:
ashbb
Date:
2012-05-06 @ 02:18
Hi J,

Awesome!!

I've tried to do the following on my Windows 7 with Firefox. :)

1) There was no trouble for installing.

2)
C:\tmp>scorecard
C:/ruby/lib/ruby/site_ruby/1.9.1/rubygems/dependency.rb:247:in `to_specs':
Could
 not find hpricot (>= 0) amongst [addressable-2.2.8, atk-1.1.3-x86-mingw32,
base
ball_scorecard-0.0.1, bigdecimal-1.1.0, builder-3.0.0, bundler-1.0.22,
cairo-1.1
0.2-x86-mingw32, domain_name-0.5.3, gameday_api-0.5.3,
gdk_pixbuf2-1.1.3-x86-min
gw32, git-1.2.5, glib2-1.1.3-x86-mingw32, green_shoes-1.1.358,
gstreamer-1.1.2-x
86-mingw32, gtk2-1.1.3-x86-mingw32, gtksourceview2-1.1.2-x86-mingw32,
hpricot-0.
8.6-x86-mswin32, io-console-0.3, jeweler-1.8.3, json-1.5.4, launchy-2.1.0,
marka
by-0.7.2, mechanize-2.3, mime-types-1.18, minitest-2.5.1,
net-http-digest_auth-1
.2, net-http-persistent-2.6, nokogiri-1.5.2-x86-mingw32, ntlm-http-0.1.1,
pango-
1.1.3-x86-mingw32, pkg-config-1.1.3, rake-0.9.2.2, rdoc-3.9.4,
rsvg2-1.1.2-x86-m
ingw32, rubyvis-0.5.1, unf-0.0.5, unf_ext-0.0.4-x86-mingw32,
webrobots-0.0.13] (
Gem::LoadError)
        from
C:/ruby/lib/ruby/site_ruby/1.9.1/rubygems/specification.rb:772:in `
block in activate_dependencies'
        from
C:/ruby/lib/ruby/site_ruby/1.9.1/rubygems/specification.rb:761:in `
each'
        from
C:/ruby/lib/ruby/site_ruby/1.9.1/rubygems/specification.rb:761:in `
activate_dependencies'
        from
C:/ruby/lib/ruby/site_ruby/1.9.1/rubygems/specification.rb:745:in `
activate'
        from C:/ruby/lib/ruby/site_ruby/1.9.1/rubygems.rb:1209:in `gem'
        from C:/ruby/bin/scorecard:18:in `<main>'

Umm,... I've installed hpricot, so I don't know why the above error
happen...

After I comment out the line 24 in
C:\ruby\lib\ruby\gems\1.9.1\specifications\baseball_scorecard-0.0.1.gemspec

    #s.add_runtime_dependency(%q<hpricot>, [">= 0"])

Then Scorecard Generater was launched:
http://www.rin-shun.com/shoes/scorecard_generator.png

3) Clicked "find games" button ..... is OK.

4) Clicked "build scorecards" button .... is OK.
I got the following two html files:
  scorecard_away.html
  scorecard_home.html

But the screen shot on my Firefox is this:
http://www.rin-shun.com/shoes/baseball-scorecard-snapshot1.png

Umm,...
I edited scorecard_away.html by hand: added "file:///" before the image
file urls like this:

  <img

src="file:///C:/ruby/lib/ruby/gems/1.9.1/gems/baseball_scorecard-0.0.1/lib/baseball_scorecard/images/bases_no_ba.png"

Then, I got this snapshot on my Firefox:
http://www.rin-shun.com/shoes/baseball-scorecard-snapshot2.png

Still not completed. Seems to not work `style` options...

> I've tested on Ubuntu 10.04 LTS and WinXP
Cool!
But so, umm,... why not work on my Windows 7 ?...
If it works on WinXP, this could be a reflection on my environment...

ashbb

Re: [shoes] baseball scorecard generator

From:
J. Kaiden
Date:
2012-05-06 @ 10:02
hi ashbb,

  thanks for trying it out and getting back to me...

1) There was no trouble for installing.
>

 that's good at least!

2)
> C:\tmp>scorecard
> C:/ruby/lib/ruby/site_ruby/1.9.1/rubygems/dependency.rb:247:in `to_specs':
> Could
>  not find hpricot (>= 0) .....
>     ...#s.add_runtime_dependency(%q<hpricot>, [">= 0"])
>

  strange, i got an hpricot error at first too, and fixed it by adding that
line!

Then Scorecard Generater was launched:
> http://www.rin-shun.com/shoes/scorecard_generator.png


  ...that looks right...


> But the screen shot on my Firefox is this:
> http://www.rin-shun.com/shoes/baseball-scorecard-snapshot1.png


  ...that doesn't :P


> I edited scorecard_away.html by hand: added "file:///" before the image
> file urls...
>

  oh dear...

Then, I got this snapshot on my Firefox:
> http://www.rin-shun.com/shoes/baseball-scorecard-snapshot2.png


  hmmm, that's no good...

> I've tested on Ubuntu 10.04 LTS and WinXP
> Cool!
> But so, umm,... why not work on my Windows 7 ?...
> If it works on WinXP, this could be a reflection on my environment...


  jeez, i don't know - i tested under ruby 1.9.3 - could that make a
difference?  i'll test under different versions and see what happens
(should have done that in the first place!)

  thanks again for trying it out - i'll see if i can figure out what's
going wrong, and make it right :)

  Shoes On...

  - j

Re: [shoes] baseball scorecard generator

From:
J. Kaiden
Date:
2012-05-15 @ 11:19
hi ashbb -

  well, i finally had some time, and i think i've got the thing working
better with windows and firefox.

  version 0.0.3 is now up on rubygems...

  `gem install baseball_scorecard`

  run `scorecard` in terminal

  (source is here: https://github.com/lljk/baseball_scorecard)

  i removed the hpricot requirement from the gemspec, which should
hopefully solve the errors you were getting.  strange thing about that
error - my dad has win7 at home, and the gem installed with no problem; but
on his winXP at work he got the same error that you mentioned, while on my
virtualbox winXP i had no problems with the install.  weird.  i figure it's
better to remove the requirement - folks can just install hpricot if they
don't already have it before installing the scorecard gem, and hopefully it
will avoid the error.

  i rewrote the html, and it now works with firefox (for me at least!)
 thanks again for trying it out and for the feedback...

  Shoes On!

  - j



On Sun, May 6, 2012 at 10:02 AM, J. Kaiden <jakekaiden@gmail.com> wrote:

> hi ashbb,
>
>   thanks for trying it out and getting back to me...
>
> 1) There was no trouble for installing.
>>
>
>  that's good at least!
>
> 2)
>> C:\tmp>scorecard
>> C:/ruby/lib/ruby/site_ruby/1.9.1/rubygems/dependency.rb:247:in
>> `to_specs': Could
>>  not find hpricot (>= 0) .....
>>     ...#s.add_runtime_dependency(%q<hpricot>, [">= 0"])
>>
>
>   strange, i got an hpricot error at first too, and fixed it by adding
> that line!
>
> Then Scorecard Generater was launched:
>> http://www.rin-shun.com/shoes/scorecard_generator.png
>
>
>   ...that looks right...
>
>
>> But the screen shot on my Firefox is this:
>> http://www.rin-shun.com/shoes/baseball-scorecard-snapshot1.png
>
>
>   ...that doesn't :P
>
>
>> I edited scorecard_away.html by hand: added "file:///" before the image
>> file urls...
>>
>
>   oh dear...
>
> Then, I got this snapshot on my Firefox:
>> http://www.rin-shun.com/shoes/baseball-scorecard-snapshot2.png
>
>
>   hmmm, that's no good...
>
> > I've tested on Ubuntu 10.04 LTS and WinXP
>> Cool!
>> But so, umm,... why not work on my Windows 7 ?...
>> If it works on WinXP, this could be a reflection on my environment...
>
>
>   jeez, i don't know - i tested under ruby 1.9.3 - could that make a
> difference?  i'll test under different versions and see what happens
> (should have done that in the first place!)
>
>   thanks again for trying it out - i'll see if i can figure out what's
> going wrong, and make it right :)
>
>   Shoes On...
>
>   - j
>
>

Re: [shoes] baseball scorecard generator

From:
Jesse Cooke
Date:
2012-05-15 @ 14:28
On May 15, 2012 4:20 AM, "J. Kaiden" <jakekaiden@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> hi ashbb -
>
>   well, i finally had some time, and i think i've got the thing working
better with windows and firefox.
>
>   version 0.0.3 is now up on rubygems...
>
>   `gem install baseball_scorecard`
>
>   run `scorecard` in terminal
>
>   (source is here: https://github.com/lljk/baseball_scorecard)
>
>   i removed the hpricot requirement from the gemspec, which should
hopefully solve the errors you were getting.  strange thing about that
error - my dad has win7 at home, and the gem installed with no problem; but
on his winXP at work he got the same error that you mentioned, while on my
virtualbox winXP i had no problems with the install.  weird.  i figure it's
better to remove the requirement - folks can just install hpricot if they
don't already have it before installing the scorecard gem, and hopefully it
will avoid the error.
Hpricot is done, so it's best to replace it anyway.
https://github.com/hpricot/hpricot/commit/ed79ca369ccb42c0858f2e0a2f9403e2eb57937b
>
>   i rewrote the html, and it now works with firefox (for me at least!)
 thanks again for trying it out and for the feedback...
>
>   Shoes On!
>
>   - j
>
>
>
> On Sun, May 6, 2012 at 10:02 AM, J. Kaiden <jakekaiden@gmail.com> wrote:
>>
>> hi ashbb,
>>
>>   thanks for trying it out and getting back to me...
>>
>>> 1) There was no trouble for installing.
>>
>>
>>  that's good at least!
>>
>>> 2)
>>> C:\tmp>scorecard
>>> C:/ruby/lib/ruby/site_ruby/1.9.1/rubygems/dependency.rb:247:in
`to_specs': Could
>>>  not find hpricot (>= 0) .....
>>>     ...#s.add_runtime_dependency(%q<hpricot>, [">= 0"])
>>
>>
>>   strange, i got an hpricot error at first too, and fixed it by adding
that line!
>>
>>> Then Scorecard Generater was launched:
http://www.rin-shun.com/shoes/scorecard_generator.png
>>
>>
>>   ...that looks right...
>>
>>>
>>> But the screen shot on my Firefox is this:
http://www.rin-shun.com/shoes/baseball-scorecard-snapshot1.png
>>
>>
>>   ...that doesn't :P
>>
>>>
>>> I edited scorecard_away.html by hand: added "file:///" before the image
file urls...
>>
>>
>>   oh dear...
>>
>>> Then, I got this snapshot on my Firefox:
http://www.rin-shun.com/shoes/baseball-scorecard-snapshot2.png
>>
>>
>>   hmmm, that's no good...
>>
>>> > I've tested on Ubuntu 10.04 LTS and WinXP
>>> Cool!
>>> But so, umm,... why not work on my Windows 7 ?...
>>> If it works on WinXP, this could be a reflection on my environment...
>>
>>
>>   jeez, i don't know - i tested under ruby 1.9.3 - could that make a
difference?  i'll test under different versions and see what happens
(should have done that in the first place!)
>>
>>   thanks again for trying it out - i'll see if i can figure out what's
going wrong, and make it right :)
>>
>>   Shoes On...
>>
>>   - j
>>
>

Re: [shoes] baseball scorecard generator

From:
ashbb
Date:
2012-05-15 @ 15:04
Hi J,

Great work!

I tried to do the following on my Windows 7:

- gem install baseball_scorecard .... success!
- run `scorecard` in terminal .... success!

Got this snapshot:
http://www.rin-shun.com/shoes/baseball-scorecard-snapshot3.png

But I opened SciTE and replaced all `"C:/ruby` to `"file:///C:/ruby` by
hand in scorecard_away.html.

Then I got this snapshot:
http://www.rin-shun.com/shoes/baseball-scorecard-snapshot4.png

Yay, congrats!! :-D

ashbb

Re: [shoes] baseball scorecard generator

From:
J. Kaiden
Date:
2012-05-15 @ 21:45
hey there -

  @ash - thanks for trying out the new version...  the second screenshot
looks just about right - i'll try to get the html to do all that adding
'file:///" for you!  i don't have a win7 box, so i'm kind of shooting in
the dark - thanks for the help!

  @jesse - thanks for the info about hpricot...  i'll have to see if i talk
to timothyf about the idea of changing the gameday_api to work with
nokogiri (or do you think there's something better to use?  i'm no expert
about all of this...)

  go shoes - go sox...

 - j



On Tue, May 15, 2012 at 3:04 PM, ashbb <ashbbb@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi J,
>
> Great work!
>
> I tried to do the following on my Windows 7:
>
> - gem install baseball_scorecard .... success!
> - run `scorecard` in terminal .... success!
>
> Got this snapshot:
> http://www.rin-shun.com/shoes/baseball-scorecard-snapshot3.png
>
> But I opened SciTE and replaced all `"C:/ruby` to `"file:///C:/ruby` by
> hand in scorecard_away.html.
>
> Then I got this snapshot:
> http://www.rin-shun.com/shoes/baseball-scorecard-snapshot4.png
>
> Yay, congrats!! :-D
>
> ashbb
>
>

Re: [shoes] baseball scorecard generator

From:
Jesse Cooke
Date:
2012-05-15 @ 21:56
On Tue, May 15, 2012 at 2:45 PM, J. Kaiden <jakekaiden@gmail.com> wrote:

> hey there -
>
>   @ash - thanks for trying out the new version...  the second screenshot
> looks just about right - i'll try to get the html to do all that adding
> 'file:///" for you!  i don't have a win7 box, so i'm kind of shooting in
> the dark - thanks for the help!
>
>   @jesse - thanks for the info about hpricot...  i'll have to see if i
> talk to timothyf about the idea of changing the gameday_api to work with
> nokogiri (or do you think there's something better to use?  i'm no expert
> about all of this...)
>
I guess it would depend on how much XML you're parsing. If it's not much,
REXML in the stdlib might be just fine.
You could also use multi_xml https://github.com/sferik/multi_xml and try
out some different providers. I've heard good things about Ox
https://github.com/ohler55/ox

>
>   go shoes - go sox...
>
>  - j
>
>
>
> On Tue, May 15, 2012 at 3:04 PM, ashbb <ashbbb@gmail.com> wrote:
>
>> Hi J,
>>
>> Great work!
>>
>> I tried to do the following on my Windows 7:
>>
>> - gem install baseball_scorecard .... success!
>> - run `scorecard` in terminal .... success!
>>
>> Got this snapshot:
>> http://www.rin-shun.com/shoes/baseball-scorecard-snapshot3.png
>>
>> But I opened SciTE and replaced all `"C:/ruby` to `"file:///C:/ruby` by
>> hand in scorecard_away.html.
>>
>> Then I got this snapshot:
>> http://www.rin-shun.com/shoes/baseball-scorecard-snapshot4.png
>>
>> Yay, congrats!! :-D
>>
>> ashbb
>>
>>
>

Re: [shoes] baseball scorecard generator

From:
Steve Klabnik
Date:
2012-05-15 @ 21:59
Nokogiri is the gold standard for XML parsing. You should use it.

Re: [shoes] baseball scorecard generator

From:
Jesse Cooke
Date:
2012-05-15 @ 22:04
On Tue, May 15, 2012 at 2:59 PM, Steve Klabnik <steve@steveklabnik.com>wrote:

> Nokogiri is the gold standard for XML parsing. You should use it.
>
Care to elaborate, for educational purposes?

Re: [shoes] baseball scorecard generator

From:
Steve Klabnik
Date:
2012-05-15 @ 22:07
Nokogiri was created to replace Hpricot. To the point of bug-level
compatibility. But it was faster. Then _why made hpricot faster. Then
Nokogiri got faster. Back and forth, back and forth...

Parsing XML isn't simple. HTML is even harder. There's tons of edge
cases. It's difficult to do in an efficient manner. Nokogiri is
amazingly good and amazingly quick at what it does. There's been talk
of having it replace REXML in the standard library, actually.

They also distribute a JRuby specific version which uses native Java
stuff to make it extra awesome on jruby.

Re: [shoes] baseball scorecard generator

From:
Jesse Cooke
Date:
2012-05-15 @ 22:13
On Tue, May 15, 2012 at 3:07 PM, Steve Klabnik <steve@steveklabnik.com>wrote:

> Nokogiri was created to replace Hpricot. To the point of bug-level
> compatibility. But it was faster. Then _why made hpricot faster. Then
> Nokogiri got faster. Back and forth, back and forth...
>
I remember those days. That back and forth was awesome. Competition can
definitely push innovation.

>
> Parsing XML isn't simple. HTML is even harder. There's tons of edge
> cases. It's difficult to do in an efficient manner. Nokogiri is
> amazingly good and amazingly quick at what it does. There's been talk
> of having it replace REXML in the standard library, actually.
>
I hadn't heard that nokogiri might replace REXML. Good to know.

>
> They also distribute a JRuby specific version which uses native Java
> stuff to make it extra awesome on jruby.
>

My point was to look into a suitable option, not just pick everyone's
favorite. I'd probably end up using nokogiri myself, but that doesn't mean
I should look into alternatives like Ox.

Re: [shoes] baseball scorecard generator

From:
Steve Klabnik
Date:
2012-05-15 @ 22:16
> I hadn't heard that nokogiri might replace REXML. Good to know.

It's been discussed for the last year or two. The core team is SLOW to
adapt change...

> not just pick everyone's favorite

Things are everyone's favorite for a reason...

Re: [shoes] baseball scorecard generator

From:
Jesse Cooke
Date:
2012-05-15 @ 22:24
On Tue, May 15, 2012 at 3:16 PM, Steve Klabnik <steve@steveklabnik.com>wrote:

> > I hadn't heard that nokogiri might replace REXML. Good to know.
>
> It's been discussed for the last year or two. The core team is SLOW to
> adapt change...
>
> > not just pick everyone's favorite
>
> Things are everyone's favorite for a reason...
>
That doesn't always make them the right solution for every problem.

Regardless, nokogiri rocks. Chainsaws... freaking chainsaws.

Re: [shoes] baseball scorecard generator

From:
Steve Klabnik
Date:
2012-05-15 @ 22:29
:D <3

Re: [shoes] baseball scorecard generator

From:
David Eastman
Date:
2012-05-15 @ 22:53
can I add Nokogiri rocks?

On Tue, May 15, 2012 at 11:29 PM, Steve Klabnik <steve@steveklabnik.com>wrote:

> :D <3
>

Re: [shoes] baseball scorecard generator

From:
Jesse Cooke
Date:
2012-05-15 @ 22:55
On Tue, May 15, 2012 at 3:53 PM, David Eastman <deastman1@gmail.com> wrote:

> can I add Nokogiri rocks?
>
Common knowledge, but it's always nice to hear support ;)

>
> On Tue, May 15, 2012 at 11:29 PM, Steve Klabnik <steve@steveklabnik.com>wrote:
>
>> :D <3
>>
>
>

Re: [shoes] baseball scorecard generator

From:
J. Kaiden
Date:
2012-05-16 @ 09:36
hey all,

  thanks for the ideas about nokogiri - sounds like the way to go.  i've
forked the gameday_api, and i'll be working on getting it changed over to
run with nokogiri instead of hpricot.

  @ashbb - i updated the gem (v 0.0.4) with new code that should add all
those pesky "file://"'s for you.  if you get a chance, try it out and let
me know if it works for you - thanks again for the help with testing, i
really appreciate it :)

  - j

Re: [shoes] baseball scorecard generator

From:
ashbb
Date:
2012-05-16 @ 12:17
Hi J,

I updated the baseball_scorecard gem to 0.0.4 and ran `scorecard` in
terminal. Then it worked perfectly and got this:
http://www.rin-shun.com/shoes/baseball-scorecard-snapshot5.png

Great work!! :-D

ashbb

Re: [shoes] baseball scorecard generator

From:
Timothy Barnes
Date:
2012-05-16 @ 14:58
J,

*on Windows XP:*
I "gem installed baseball_scorecard" and got "cannot load hpricot".
So I installed hpricot and it worked great.

*Design suggestions:*
I selected Atlanta Braves as my team and it opened up to Cincinnati (who
they were playing) to first instead of the Atlanta scorecard, which
confused me. Maybe open to selected team first.

Why not make the name of the teams in the Title links to the corresponding
scorecard. (Cincinnati link to => scorecard_away.html).

Just wanted to give some feedback.

Great app!

Timothy
(barnes7td)

Re: [shoes] baseball scorecard generator

From:
J. Kaiden
Date:
2012-05-16 @ 23:49
hi there -

  @ashbb -  thanks again for all the help with this project and the
others...  glad to hear that this one finally works - that last screenshot
looks just right...  couldn't have done it without your help!

  @Timothy - yeah, i removed the requirement for hpricot because it was
causing problems, and that means that you'll have to install it first to
make this thing work.  i'm working on making the gameday_api
(WICKED-awesome work by timothyf) play with nokogiri instead of hpricot,
which should solve the whole problem, but until then...  well... :)     as
for why it opened to the reds before the braves - it's probably because the
reds were the away team, batting first (unless the braves were the away
team, in which case it's just random...)  i guess i could change that to be
the selected team first, but to me it makes sense that the first team to
bat shows up first.  good point though, and thanks for trying it out - and
for the ideas!

  Shoes On...

  - j


On Wed, May 16, 2012 at 2:58 PM, Timothy Barnes <barnes7td@gmail.com> wrote:

> J,
>
> *on Windows XP:*
> I "gem installed baseball_scorecard" and got "cannot load hpricot".
> So I installed hpricot and it worked great.
>
> *Design suggestions:*
> I selected Atlanta Braves as my team and it opened up to Cincinnati (who
> they were playing) to first instead of the Atlanta scorecard, which
> confused me. Maybe open to selected team first.
>
> Why not make the name of the teams in the Title links to the corresponding
> scorecard. (Cincinnati link to => scorecard_away.html).
>
> Just wanted to give some feedback.
>
> Great app!
>
> Timothy
> (barnes7td)
>