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How do you look up baseball scores?

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Check baseball scores for games played during the current season at Major League Baseball's dedicated website, MLB.com. Baseball Reference and Retrosheet both have searchable databases where you can find comprehensive box scores, lineups, and standings for all recorded major league baseball games going back to the 19th century.

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Check baseball scores by visiting the major league baseball's website and selecting the scores tab at the top of the landing page. This takes you to a page showing each day's current schedule and the scores of both completed contests and games in progress. The calendar on the page also allows you to look at scores from previously completed games during the current or most recently completed season. The posted game scores are interactive and update automatically with highlight videos, quotes and game recaps.

Visit Baseball Reference at baseball-reference.com and Retrosheet at Retrosheet.org to look up scores from past seasons. Both sites contain comprehensive game box scores, standings and written play-by-play for all recorded major league baseball games dating back to 1871, compiled with the assistance of the Society for American Baseball Research. With both sites, you can search by the exact or approximate dates of games. You can also narrow searches by teams and individual players who participated in games.

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