2013 Local Game Broadcast Reviews: Overall Scorecard

Below is the overall scorecard for the review of broadcast teams done to date.  To sort the scores by individual attributes or by overall total, click the arrow in the appropriate column.

First click on a column will sort the table by that attribute in ascending order; click again to reverse the sorting into descending order.

To see a list of teams with links to their individual reviews, click here.

To see an overview of the Local Game Broadcast Review project, click here.

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Medium Team PxP Color Team Comment Charisma/ Chemistry Analysis Prod. Values Comm/
Cuts
Total Final
RD MIL 75 65 70 70 65 50 50 720 65
TV NYM 60 60 60 70 60 55 50 655 60
TV NYY 70 55 65 55 55 60 55 660 60
TV SDP 60 65 55 60 65 40 55 645 59
TV ARI 55 60 60 60 65 50 50 640 58
RD DET 60 55 55 55 60 55 55 625 57
RD NYM 60 55 65 50 60 50 50 630 57
TV LAD 70 40 70 50 50 60 60 630 57
RD PIT 55 60 55 45 55 60 60 615 56
TV WSN 60 55 55 55 55 55 50 610 55
RD SDP 60 55 55 55 50 50 50 595 54
TV DET 60 55 55 55 50 50 50 595 54
RD LAD 55 55 50 60 45 65 50 585 53
RD TBA 55 45 55 55 55 60 50 585 53
TV BOS 55 50 55 50 55 55 50 585 53
TV MIA 55 50 55 65 45 50 45 570 52
RD NYY 50 55 50 45 55 50 50 565 51
TV CIN 50 50 55 50 50 50 50 560 51
TV LAA 60 45 50 50 45 55 55 560 51
RD BOS 60 40 50 45 45 50 65 550 50
RD CHC 55 50 45 50 45 60 55 555 50
RD PHI 55 45 55 55 45 45 50 550 50
TV MIL 55 50 60 55 30 65 35 545 50
TV PHI 50 55 50 55 45 50 50 555 50
TV SFG 55 50 50 50 45 55 40 545 50
TV STL 50 40 55 50 45 60 60 550 50
TV TOR 40 55 50 40 55 60 40 540 49
TV KCA 50 50 50 55 40 50 40 525 48
TV OAK 50 45 50 55 50 40 40 525 48
TV HOU 55 45 50 45 40 50 45 520 47
RD LAA 45 45 50 50 40 50 45 505 46
RD MIN 50 40 45 45 40 60 50 505 46
TV CHC 50 50 45 45 35 55 50 510 46
TV TBA 55 40 40 45 40 60 55 510 46

 

DISCLAIMER: The opinions expressed in these evaluations are solely those of the authors.  As such, the views expressed by said authors should not be interpreted as representing the opinions of the Society for American Baseball Research (SABR), its board, or anyone otherwise affiliated with SABR.  Likewise, the conclusions included in these evaluations are not to be viewed or interpreted as official endorsements (or lack thereof) by SABR, or of anyone affiliated with SABR, of any particular broadcasters or broadcast organizations.

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