box score


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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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Knowing who scored the runs through the eighth inning from the text descriptions and knowing the total runs each player scored according to the box score allows us to deduce which players scored the four ninth-inning runs.
We agree that this box score is very entertaining for those who enjoy recounting games through statistics.
At times, particularly in sections recounting games played, the narrative comes across like Steve Stone doing color commentary for a box score.
In the tenth inning, a unique batting order entanglement arose that created the newspapers' box score asymmetry.
More importantly, only close observation of the game can detect truly outstanding defense, for there is no box score category for cutting one's man off at the baseline.
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Fielding aside, very little goes unrecorded in a modern box score.
Odom filled the box score with 20 points, seven rebounds and four assists but had seven turnovers.
An in-game box score, with an inning-by-inning game score and game statistics for both the Yankees and their opponent
Does Scott Erickson's latest line (2 IP, 3 R, 4 BBs) in the Yankees' box score Thursday reinforce the Dodgers' decision to send him and his Playboy-posing wife packing?
This box score provides an expanded look at each race utilizing both standard and loop data in the four prominent categories of Performance, Position, Passes and Laps.