homestand


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home·stand

 (hōm′stănd′)
n.
A succession of games played especially by a baseball team at the team's home field or court.

homestand

(ˈhəʊmˌstænd)
n
(Baseball) baseball a series of successive games played between the same two teams at one team's home ground
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In theory, a long homestand is a chance for a team to pile up some points for rainy days later in the season.
While manager Grady Little conceded the amped-up running game is partially the result of a lull in run production during the club's just- completed homestand, it also is a product of having more speed in the lineup than the Dodgers have had in recent seasons.
The Ducks' 4-2 victory in front of an announced 12,286 at the Pond mimicked Tampa Bay's success and gave the Ducks (14-14-5) a winning start to a three-game homestand.
Behind sturdy play in front of backup rookie goalie Ilya Bryzgalov, Anaheim took the first four games of the five-game homestand.
Matchup: Thanks to backup goalie Ilya Bryzgalov and a recent scoring binge, this homestand has the Ducks (11-11-4) looking to inch over .
But all was well when the Dodgers answered with a five-game winning streak and had a chance to finish their homestand with a sweep of the Astros.
OAKLAND -- Dodgers shortstop Cesar Izturis might be activated from the disabled list for the first time this season as early as Tuesday, when the Dodgers open a six-game homestand.
He is sitting out the final two games of this week's series with Atlanta, which ends tonight, then will rejoin the club when it opens a seven- game homestand Thursday.
Saturday's game, which ended with a fireworks show to celebrate Chivas de Guadalajara's 100th anniversary, was the first of a four-match homestand for Chivas, which trails Colorado by two points for the third of four playoff spots.
Since getting a more accurate diagnosis on his injury during the last homestand, Erstad has received two more cortisone injections in the area, and they have calmed the irritation.
MIAMI -- Dodgers second baseman Jeff Kent is expected to return from the 15-day disabled list in time for Monday night's homestand opener with Colorado.
CINCINNATI -- Dodgers second baseman Jeff Kent has suffered a minor setback in his attempt to return from a left oblique strain and probably won't be back before the club begins a 10-game homestand on Monday night against Colorado.