What do R H E and L stand for in baseball scoreboards?

Simple.

On a baseball scoreboard, it’s Runs, Hits, Errors, and Left on Base
The usual abbreviation for Left On Base is LOB but they shorten it on scoreboards.

Runs
Hits
Errors
The L stands for last game. Sometimes you see an F as in first game. This was used more often when doubleheaders were more common. It gave you the score of the first game in a double header. Away scoreboards also had it to show the scores of both games. Here is an example with the F.

Lob Acronym

Runs
Hits
Errors
Losses
Edit :
LOB stands for Left On Base.
H also stands for Holds, but that is for pitching.
Edit #2: Oh, my bad. I have never seen them shorten it before. Oh well. Listen to the dude below me.

R=runs
H=hits
E=errors
L=I have never seen, and i highly doubt its LOB because i don’t see why it would need to be there, so i have no clue

Also Read :   QUANTOS CARRINHOS DE ÁREIA LAVADA DA 1 METRO DE ÁREIA ?

Answer 6

runs, hits, errors, left on base

Answer 7

I was wondering the same question too yesterday

R – runs
H – hits
E – errors
L – losses

runs
hit
errors
losses

Runs
Holds
Errors
Losses

Leave a Comment