Definition of scoreless
: having no score
Recent Examples of scoreless from the Web
In his Quakes debut at home against Lancaster on June 17, Thurman struck out two and allowed one hit in a scoreless relief inning.
The veteran right-hander has two scoreless innings on his record since returning Friday from a shoulder problem, lowering his ERA this season to 3.55.
Hernandez, called up from Double-A before Monday’s series opener in St. Petersburg, pitched a scoreless eighth inning.
Right-hander Kyle Zimmer was back on a professional baseball field on Tuesday night, logging two scoreless innings for Class AAA Omaha in a 7-2 loss at Oklahoma City.
McMahon has been steady all season, and Meyer pitched two scoreless relief innings in the sectional final and again in the supersectional.
Caleb Gilbert threw 47 pitches and picked up the win in 2-2/3 innings of scoreless relief in place of left-handed starter Jared Poche, and Todd Peterson and Matthew Beck each threw one inning.
Gee pitched 2 2/3 innings of scoreless relief before handing the game over to Keone Kela and Matt Bush, who each pitched scoreless innings to close out the game.
Brandon Morrow pitched a scoreless bottom of the ninth in his season debut for the Dodgers after having his contract purchased from Triple-A Oklahoma City.
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First Known Use of scoreless
SCORELESS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of scoreless for English Language Learners
—used to describe a game in which no points, goals, runs, etc., have been scored
—used to describe a player or team that has not scored
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