For teams, I focus on the five tools of baseball players, plus my own relief preferences. So I assess batting points by hitting for power, getting on base (which replaces hitting for average) and baserunning. For fielding I go for range and arm, using UZR. For relievers I want to watch teams that don't change pitchers too often, who work fast and who leave runners on base. For pitchers, who receive an individual score, I look at the ability to work fast, to induce swings at pitches outside the zone, who miss bats, and who succeed at keeping walks and home runs down. Basically, I thought about the Leverage Index, and tried to emphasise those player skills that contribute to raising the leverage of a plate appearance for hitters, and reducing it for fielders and pitchers.
Everything is converted to the 20-80 scouting scale. 50 is the average score. Above 50 is more likely to be entertaining. Below 50 less so.
Here are today's Potentially Entertaining Game Scores (PEGS)
Atlanta vs Pittsburgh 70 Seattle vs Philadelphia 62 Detroit vs Tampa Bay 58 San Francisco vs Cubs 57 Kansas City vs Colorado 53 Cincinnati vs St Louis 50 Toronto vs Milwaukee 48 Cleveland vs Minnesota 46 Texas vs Miami 45 Angels vs Boston 45 Houston vs Yankees 45 Baltimore vs White Sox 45 Mets vs Oakland 43 Arizona vs Washington 42 San Diego vs Dodgers 42