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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.
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box′ score`


n.
a printed boxlike summary of a game.
[1910–15, Amer.]
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While perusing the box scores from the 2016 World Series, I noticed the attendance figures for the Wrigley Field games were 41,703, 41,706 and 41,711, and I was not surprised at how similar they were.
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The board will display full-screen live video, game action accompanied by real-time statistics, sponsor graphics partnered with the box scores or any combination of visuals and game information.