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scorebook

[ˈskɔːbʊk] Ncuaderno m de tanteo
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He surpassed 500 career wins last season, which was mentioned at the ceremony, along with recognizing one of the signature trademarks of Dierks his ability to keep the scorebook while coaching third base, seamlessly going from flashing signs to writing down a 6-3 putout to encouraging his next batter.
"It wasn't as comfortable as the scorebook suggests because it was a difficult deck to bat on," said the Davenport Park skipper.
Scorer Hakim Jariwala with his wife Nafisa and the special T10 scorebook he created for the T10 League.
It includes marquetry, a bridle leather storage box marked with a saddle nail, a wool-felt matte game, and a scorebook. Skating through life
Almost an hour after a team official signed the scorebook to place the game under protest, TNT KaTropa decided not to push through with it.
TON-UP Jason Roy popped the cork on the champagne moment in another win over Australia but it was not with the bat - and there will be no record of it in the scorebook.
Football with its concussive nature and, more recently, a platform for political statements, isn't a candidate in my scorebook. The NBA season seems interminable.
The scorebook looked more baseball than cricket with the K's piling up due to his bent arm.
With three victims already in the scorebook he found little resistance in advancing to the 27th five-wicket haul of his career.
"It's out in the scorebook, I guess!" | England Women will take a slender lead into the final day after a tough day yesterday in their Test warm-up against a Cricket Australia XI in Sydney.
The new occupant of the booth managed to lob softball questions about blood donations, keep up with the play-by-play, check for and relay random statistics, and keep a scorebook too.