baseball score


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Noun1.baseball score - the score of a baseball gamebaseball score - the score of a baseball game  
score - a number that expresses the accomplishment of a team or an individual in a game or contest; "the score was 7 to 0"
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But how about going to a football game and a baseball score broke out?
Surely it was a baseball score and should have read, "Bowling Green 1, Holy Cross 0?" But no, her piece probed a different sort of sport -- a new brand of "gutter politics."
Bean's "Simplified Baseball Score Book" was based on just five symbols: W for walk, E for error, fc for fielder's choice, a circle for an out, and a line with a got on the end for a hit.
By the time Harvard played its first officially recognized baseball game against Williams College in 1865, the same year that Yale posted its first baseball score, Princeton had chartered its own baseball team and had begun play in 1864, with its first game also against Williams.
"The first period was like a baseball score (6-4, Uxbridge) with both teams playing good defense," Uxbridge coach Mark Donahue said.
A personal memory that has long stayed with me is sitting in the stands at a weekend football game and hearing an announcement over the public address system of a World Series baseball score. It doesn't get much better than that if the teams you're rooting for are both winning.
As part of the partnership, which will go through 2021, the premium Venezuelan rum brand will take part in a ceremonial first pitch and join the Green Monster Experience inside the section of the park where the baseball scores are still recorded manually.
He said the paper would add stock tables but would suffer the same fate as other East Coast morning dailies -- an inability to print late West Coast baseball scores.
That's long enough to move on to other things: football recruiting, baseball scores, all the stuff that keeps the sports pages in business.
Stares as into a bomb crater At all the announcements Of baseball scores that matter Or do not matter a damn The song passed out of the voices As freedom goes out of speech (22) Here, in an echo of Pound's connection of the Phillies to the Chinese peasantry, American consumers react with indifference to the European conflagration.
But from age 11 on, I frequented the neighborhood poolroom on Willett Street between Rivington and Delancey to watch one of the owners at the ticker-tape machine calling out the baseball scores per every half-inning as they came in on the tape.
The therapy discourages men from trying to distract themselves during sex by thinking about things like baseball scores or stock prices, said Althof, an emeritus professor at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine.