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Standings now have Games Back and Runs Allowed

After more than a few requests for this one, I’m happy to let everyone know that Games Back and Runs Allowed are now listed in the standings for all leagues and organizations.


Thanks to Elliott from the McKinley Strat-O-Matic Replay League and Chad from the Mid-Ohio Village Baseball League for the suggestion!  If you have questions, suggestions, or comments about Atomic Leagues, we would love to hear them! Please post a comment below or let us know through the support form.


I am happy to announce that you can now create league websites through Atomic Leagues!  Creating a league let’s you connect team websites together and display them in a dynamic, engaging fashion.  Join some of our early adopters, the Lakewood League and Riverview League, and create your league website today!

Some of the highlights include:

  • Teams that already have an Atomic Leagues website can be connected to the league website and any information entered on the team website is automatically displayed on the league website.
  • Teams that don’t want their own website can have a team account within the league that allows them to maintain a schedule, player information, coaches, game results, and a team page.
  • Standings are updated immediately as teams report their game scores.
  • Leagues are as customizable as teams.  Custom Pages, email and text messages, photos, and statistics are all available.
  • The league schedule is automatically pushed down to team websites as game requests, eliminating the need for teams to enter league schedule information on their website.
  • League websites are flexible and will meet the needs of any league.  You can start as simple as just including a schedule and standings or build out the league website to include a network of individual team websites.

League pricing is similar to teams in that there are three tiers, including basic, which is free.  You can view all pricing and feature information on the league plan and pricing page.

You can create your own league website today and I am more than happy to help anyone if they have questions or need additional setup.  I hope you are as excited about league websites as I am, if you have suggestions or feedback, please post a comment below or submit a support request.