Did you mayhaps mean midsection?
- n. The middle part of a season, such as a sporting, television, or growing season.
- adj. Occurring in the midseason.
- mid- + season (Wiktionary)
“He arrived in midseason from the Yankees in the trade for”
“He had surgery to repair the foot and attempted a comeback in midseason, but soon after it was decided he was going to shut it down for the year.”
“There was a messy coaching change as Benny Moss was reassigned in midseason and replaced by assistant Brooks Lee.”
“General manager Neal Huntington says the trading frenzy is over, but more prospects are knocking on the door, some of whom are likely to follow the path blazed by McCutchen and Jones, who were called up in midseason last year.”
“Slugger Mark McGwire passed up free agency to re-sign with the Cardinals less than two months after he was acquired from the Oakland Athletics in midseason 1997.”
“Maybe, but the team playing under Houston's dome Sunday was one in midseason form.”
“Leno's prime-time show was canceled in midseason, widely regarded as one of TV's epic failures.”
“SPRING TV FORECAST: Early bloomers emerge in midseason field”
“The Capitals are in midseason form when it comes to divulging line combinations for tonight's game at the Saddledome, there were no rushes at this morning's skate and Coach Bruce Boudreau is keeping things very close to the vest, but it's safe to say that things will be shaken up a bit against the Flames.”
“And in midseason, just as the nation was turning an eye toward what was happening at William & Mary, a three-game losing streak raised its ugly head, two of the losses by three and two points, one of them to league champion Old Dominion.”
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