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The pitcher is always '1' on a scorecard.

A force out is given the abbreviation /FO

On any play, the player last receiving a thrown ball is always listed last; the player who first touched the ball is listed first, and anyone who touches it in between those is listed sequentially.

Thus, if a line shot is knocked to the ground by the first baseman, and the second baseman then picks it up and throws to the pitcher covering first, it would be recorded as

3-4-1 / FO

Force out, 1B to 2B to pitcher.

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