Definition of scoreboard
: a large board for displaying the score of a game or match
Recent Examples of scoreboard from the Web
The foundation logo is shown on the Crown Vision scoreboard along with other advertising announcements.
Even with a push for a new stadium, the Boise Hawks continue to invest in Memorial Stadium with plans to install a new video board and scoreboard in left field in time for the home opener June 20.
Announcing duties include: approaching coaches for line ups, keeping the scoreboard, announcing players and playing music.
Andy Green conceded the gun may have been a little hot when the Nationals Park scoreboard flashed 100 mph on Brandon Maurer’s four-seamer Sunday afternoon.
Camryn Woodall had an RBI single in the fourth and Williams had a no-doubter solo shot over the scoreboard in left field to start the seventh.
So look for Sale to get a standing ovation from fans and a video tribute on the scoreboard.
This includes a wooden floor, modern plastic bleachers on three sides and a new, smaller overhanging scoreboard.
In the 19th minute, Jordan Carmel got Todd Beamer on the scoreboard with a header off a free kick by Austin Stafford.
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Definition of scoreboard for English Language Learners
: a large board on which the score of a game or contest is shown
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