twinight

twi·night

 (twī′nīt′)
adj. Baseball
Relating to or being a double-header in which the first game begins in late afternoon.

twinight

(ˈtwaɪˌnaɪt)
adj
(Baseball) (of a baseball double-header) held in the late afternoon and evening
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local time, and taking more than six hours, ever since my father and I attended a 26-inning twinight doubleheader at Forbes Field August 9, 1963.
Larkin (4-16, 4-11) won the second game of the twinight doubleheader 10-0 in six innings to sweep the 3-game Upstate Eight Conference series.
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