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box score

n.
A printed summary of a game, as in baseball or basketball, in the form of a table listing the players and their positions and recording individual performance.

box′ score`


n.
a printed boxlike summary of a game.
[1910–15, Amer.]
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5 highest grossing tour of all time, according to ticket sales data reported to Billboard Boxscore.
Take, for example, the small blurb ahead of the game boxscore in Sporting Life which states, in reference to the Cincinnati baserunners: "Only four men got to first, all on errors.
Admirably, Uzbekistan persisted and were handed what would prove to be a mere consolation through Zabikhillo Urinboev's goal four minutes later, reports Boxscore.
Billboard Boxscore revealed the Dublin band's 360 set of concerts raked in the most cash in 2011.
According to Billboard Boxscore, the series of shows by the Irish rock band grossed 293 million dollars across 44 sold-out gigs with a total of 2,887,972 people attending.
These types of discussions don't show up in the final boxscore, but you can't understand the outcome of the game without knowing them.
Yet a check of the boxscore finds him batting second and playing first base.
Fifteen players made the boxscore in Michigan State's 77-62 victory over Robert Morris, although five of those players combined for 13 minutes.
WORCESTER - As usual when Manchester plays the Sharks, the name "Westgarth" appeared in the boxscore with a fighting major attached last night, but as ordered by Mrs.
Energy: According to Hydrocarbon Processing's HPI Construction Boxscore Survey, the total number of hydrocarbon projects worldwide grew 12% between June 2007 and June 2008 to 5,029.
Prince's run of 21 shows in London earned him a spot in the Top Boxscore category.
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