Along about three-forty o'clock, they made up a freight train to go out called a double-header—two engines attached to the train.
It's a double-header, I saw a big squall like that off Savaii once.
The little village of H—— is a sort of double-header, having a centre at each end, so to speak.
The final one was due, and the hostlers were steaming down with the double-header to pull it over the Pass.
We had on a "double-header" (two engines) to take us over the grade.
St. Louis did get one game of a double-header, and Joe, whose arm was in perfect trim again, pitched.
They said they had no double-header order to be rescinded, but they were bound to get back this reduction of ten per cent.
Then me and four officers were detailed to go on board of a double-header.
They could on Thursday afternoon, when the first double-header was stopped.
Soon they were having as many spectators at a single game as they had formerly looked for at a double-header.
Two contests, esp baseball games, played at one meeting
[1890s+ Sports; fr earlier railroad use for a train drawn by two engines]