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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Daniel Gale Sotheby's International Realty, the listing agent for the Twinight estate, recently hosted a reception to showcase the waterfront mansion and homeowner Richard Baron Cohen's 19th Century European porcelain collection to clients.
Behind the music: This underrated Mississippi-born shouter first enjoyed success on Chicago's tiny Twinight Records, as chronicled on this terrific four-disc, 81-track set (spanning 1959 to 1977).
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.
Worrell, perfect for almost three weeks, had successive fastballs driven out of the yard as the Pirates scored three runs in the ninth inning to beat the Dodgers 4-3 in the second game of a twinight doubleheader forced by an April rainout.
Replacements' impressive acquisition includes more than 1,000 pieces from Cohen's exclusive Twinight Collection, noted as one of the largest private collections of 19th century European royal porcelain.