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Box score

A baseball box score from 1876.

A box score is a structured summary of the results from a sport competition. The box score lists the game score as well as individual and team achievements in the game.

Among the sports in which box scores are common are baseball, basketball, football and hockey.

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Baseball
See box score (baseball)


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