Home-and-Home (1858)

“Base Ball.—This evening, at 2-1/2 o’clock, weather permitting, the Home and Home game between the Louisville and Eclipse clubs will be concluded.” Louisville Daily Courier, October 22, 1858 p1

Previous earliest use (Dickson Baseball Dictionary, 3rd edition, 2009):
1ST USE. 1863. “The first game of a home-and-home match for the championship of the State…was played on the grounds of the Peninsular Cricket Club” (Detroit Advertiser and Tribune, Aug. 7; Peter Morris). 

Earliest use from cricket:
“We are requested to state that there is another set of men at Ripon, ready to play the York Junior Club, a home and home game, for eleven sovereigns-a-side.” Yorkshire Herald and General Advertiser, September 6, 1834, p3