ALDS Game One suspended


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MLB exec Joe Torre announced that ALDS Game One has been suspended due to rain. The game will resume at 8:37pm ET on Saturday at the same point they left off tonight: tied at one in the middle of the top and bottom halves of the second inning. Game Two will be pushed back to Sunday at 3:07pm ET, so the teams lose that off day. Absolutely brutal.

The two clubs will use their Game Two starters tomorrow night (Ivan Nova and Doug Fister), and then their Game Three starters on Sunday (Freddy Garcia and Max Scherzer). Justin Verlander will start in the new Game Three on Monday, and CC Sabathia is likely to start that game as well. He threw 27 pitches tonight and intends to lobby for Sunday’s start.

The loss of the off day means the Yankees will need a fourth starter, and Joe Girardi indicated that he’s leaning towards A.J. Burnett for Game Four. Jim Leyland said that Rick Porcello will start a potential Game Four, and both teams would presumably bring back tomorrow’s starters for a potential Game Five on normal rest. Ken Davidoff says the teams will be allowed to revise their rosters, so the Yankees could choose to add Bartolo Colon if they want. There’s also the issue of bullpen rest now; forget about going nuts with Rafael Soriano, David Robertson, and Mariano Rivera.

Tomorrow’s weather forecast calls for rain, and Torre indicated that MLB will consider a doubleheader if they have another delay/suspension  not allow a postseason doubleheader. Leyland doesn’t plan to make any immediate lineup changes even though they will no longer be facing a lefty on Saturday.

Categories : Playoffs


  1. The Big City of Dreams says:

    SMH so pissed

  2. smittdogg says:

    This sucks. When can CC pitch again?

  3. radnom says:

    Given how the regular season went, we all should have been expecting this.

  4. Jesse says:

    Wonder if Girardi will use Hughes or Burnett tomorrow. This sucks, big time.

  5. Jerome S says:

    Is this actually someone’s fault, or is this uncontrollable? I feel like we’re inclined to blame someone for this insanity, but logically only the weather is really culpable… right?

  6. McLovin says:

    This just sucks.

  7. Jake says:

    You gotta be kidding me! So no CC tomorrow most likely tomorrow, and he’d start game 3? So CC only once this series?

  8. Jimmy says:

    Crap. If CC pitches tomorrow, he can’t pitch game 4 now.

  9. Pasqua says:

    My proposed World Series DVD title:

    “The New York Yankees. 28 Championships. 162 Days of Rain.”

  10. Jesse says:

    Nova tomorrow, Freddy Sunday. You heard it from Girardi.

    • CP says:

      That means AJ for game 4 on Tuesday?

      • Jesse says:

        He doesn’t know beyond Monday. He said they’ll consider having CC go Monday, but he never wrote that in stone. The only thing he’s sure about is Nova tomorrow, Freddy on Sunday.

        • nycsportzfan says:

          why woulden’t u go with CC on sunday? Its kinda dumb considering hes a absoulute WORK HORSE who proved u can lean on him super heavily as he did when he lead the brew crew to the playoffs and us to a WS WIN in 09 Win or lose today your either going for a 2-0 lead tommorow which takes control of the series or your going for a 1-1 tie and not going down 2games to none in the series I am inclined to side with CC here and the fact that its so important and our rotation is really up in the air after CC and its the end of the season if we don’t win u have to use CC as much as possible Using CC on Sunday is the only logical thing in my eyes

  11. A-ROD fan says:

    My goddd this is bad

  12. Tyrion Lannister says:

    Probable rotations-



    • Pasqua says:

      If you’re going to have to wait until Game 5 to see CC again, why would you skip him to Game 2? Why not put him back out there tomorrow and give yourself the best chance to get a lead in the series. Am I missing something?

      • Jesse says:

        You are missing something. Girardi said he’s not pitching tomorrow OR Sunday. He said they may consider him using Monday, but Nova goes tomorrow, Freddy on Sunday.

        • Pasqua says:

          Thank you. I was not listening to the press conference. I also realized, after typing that, CC wouldn’t be back tomorrow due to the routine.

          Girardi said no CC on Sunday? Really? That would be his throw day. You’d think that would be a possibility.

          • Jesse says:

            You’re welcome. No problem.
            And I’m a little baffled myself that he won’t pitch Sunday because they could bring him back on Thursday on 3 Days rest for a possible game 5. But yes he said it for sure. No CC on Sunday, Freddy will go.

  13. Mike R. says:

    It doesn’t really matter that C.C. is not pitching because neither is Verlander–cancels out.

  14. Rain rain rain says:

    But it’s also supposed to rain tomorrow night at exactly the same time. Oh noes!!!!!!!!!!!

  15. Kostas says:

    Girardi just said CC on Monday which means CC only goes one game in this fuck up series.

    This cancellation kills the Yankees more than Detroit.

  16. Andy says:

    Press conference on YES

  17. Jamey says:

    If I recall in 2006 I think, I had tickets to the Tigers-Yankees ALDS game that was postponed for rain that never came, & this year I’ll miss a game because Saturday will no longer be Game 2. Wow I hate rain.

  18. Andy says:

    Sounds like Nova is pitching tomorrow

  19. Xstar7 says:

    This blooooooooows.

  20. Ivan says:

    Talk about a mothafucking bitch smh….

  21. Jerome S says:

    Gaaaaaaahhhhhhhh so much horseshit

  22. Tyrion Lannister says:

    Will this affect Russell Martin catching every ballgame? What a joke. What a mess. MLB screwed up big time.

  23. JobaWockeeZ says:

    Burnett has a legit chance of starting now? This is the worst news by far.

  24. Jesse says:

    Fister tomorrow, Scherzer on Sunday, Verlander on Monday.

    Leyland said it himself on YES.

  25. Greg says:

    So the matchups will be

    Game 1(cont) Nova-Fister
    Game 2 Garcia-Scherzer
    Game 3 Sabathia-Verlander
    Game 4 Burnett-Porcello
    Game 5 Nova-Fister

  26. OldYanksFan says:

    Wow… I would think CC on Sunday and then again on Thursady. That would give us an advanatge, and CC could still do 2 games in a 7 game ALCS. He had 9 days off. Why won’t Joe go with him on Sunday?

  27. Ivan says:

    Talk about throwing a major monkey wrench into the series.

  28. D-Lite says:

    At least got 2 IP of CC vs 1IP of Verlander in the game. Small consolation, but consolation nonetheless

  29. Andy says:

    I love how relaxed the managers are and how everyone is freaking out so much. This sucks, but it’s not the end of the world. Don’t we all legit think the Yankees can win the world series? If so, then they should be able to “overcome” a rain out no matter how frustrating, or how much it fucks with our rotation.

    • alittleblackegg says:

      Agreed. Life goes on. I really don’t think that the delay is going to move the odds. Both teams are solid, but neither has a deep rotation.

  30. Sarah says:

    Torre saying they don’t have a plan for tomorrow if it rains? The hell? Get a plan, geniuses.

    • wilcymoore27 says:

      The first plan should have been for MLB to allot two days before the start of the playoffs. Bud Selig and company came up with a schedule so tight that it requires perfect weather and no regular season ties. Imagine if Boston and Tampa had finished tied after 162 games. Or Atlanta-St. Louis. The playoff game winner would have been screwed – no off day, cross-country travel each night, etc.

      The biggest joke is that MLB would like to insert a SECOND wild card team into the mix next year. Imagine the havoc that will wreak if anything interrupts their perfectly-timed schedule.

      • Rosco says:

        I know people think they are ugly and it would have cost more but a retractable roof would have solved all of this along with all the regular season games.

      • fin says:

        Two things. First: its all about the money, if it wasnt they would be playing 1pm games like they did in the day, and retracted the schedule to compensate for the expanded playoff round (4 days of the reg season to compensate for the extra round of playoffs). Cant blame them for the money. 2: They changed the playoff days off immediately after the Yankees won it all with 3 pitchers. I cant blame them for that either, you should need to play at least 4 pitchers. YOu want to add a day to the season? The season should be shortend by 3 or 4 days, so the playoffs dont go into November.

    • Jorge says:

      Torre always has a plan. The problem is that Scott Proctor is off the postseason roster. Therefore, he has no plan.

  31. Jesse says:

    Torre didn’t rule out the possibility of a split DH’er.

  32. ItsATarp says:

    The weather has really fucked us this season

  33. Andrew 518 says:

    Remember all the “we’ve got to eliminate these off days” controversey from last year. Eliminate them we did, now we have this mess.

  34. nsalem says:

    I think that this will hurt the Tigers more than the Yankees. Would not be surprised to see CC on Sunday, despite what Girardi said.

  35. ash says:

    CC wants Sunday. Does Girardi give it to him?

    • parmesan says:

      Yes. CC needs to pitch Sunday. The man wants it; ride the stud to victory.

    • Sarah says:

      I doubt it. With the ALCS starting on Saturday, Joe has to be thinking ahead. If he goes Sunday, and then on Thursday, he’s not available for ALCS Game 1.

    • GoYanks says:

      Yes. Give CC the ball, and let him win game 2 and leave him eligible for a possible game 5. Do not let Burnett start!

      MLB is so stupid. They couldn’t find a meteorologist who could give a prediction an hour ahead of time? And MLB is nuts if they plan a playoff doubleheader.

    • Jesse says:

      No. Girardi is one stubborn son of a bitch. What would I do if I was managing? I’d have CC go Sunday because they can bring him back on short rest for a possible game 5 on Thursday.

      • Thenamestsam says:

        There’s also a huge extra benefit of pitching CC on Sunday which is that having him pitch in game 5means both Nova and Garcia could only pitch once, freeing them up to use Garcia instead of Nova tomorrow. I haven’t seen anyone mention it but it’s a pretty big waste to use Nova in a game in which best case scenario is starter going five innings. That’s really the perfect situation for Garcia but you’d have to prefer Garcia in a hypothetical game 5. CC being ready for that game would eliminate that consideration and let the Yankees use someone more appropriate tomorrow.

    • Greg says:

      The problem with that is that we virtually wave the white flag on Monday whe we face Verlander again.

  36. Freddy Garcia's 86 mph Heat says:

    Amazingly enough-with TBS’s efforts to get the highest ratings with these crappy start times, they will now have to broadcast 2 games on Sunday within an hour and a half of each other at 3pm ET and 4:30pm ET. Funny how that works…

  37. DannyC says:

    I think this is great. No verlander in the first two games. Come on you nervous nellies

  38. bobtaco says:

    Nova looks thrilled. So much confidence.

  39. Tyrion Lannister says:

    If the Yanks lose game 1 they have to have to have to give the ball to CC in game 2. Now if we win game 1 I think we’re sitting pretty as game 2 is in our stadium vs Scherzer. But if we lose 1 then 2 is a tossup if CC doesn’t go and then game 3 you have to face Verlander.

  40. Grit for Brains says:

    Oh hey heres a crazy idea…Don’t start at 8:40!

    • ItsATarp says:

      No body in the MLB office knows how to read a goddam radar

      • CUYanks says:

        Well in theory if the Yankees could have read the radar maybe they start a reliever or something.

        • Jorge says:

          Didn’t that completely backfire on the Yanks a couple of years ago?

          • Rick in Boston says:

            It was against KC. I think Aceves started, then Kennedy came in in relief when Girardi realized that KC’s grounds crew wasn’t going to roll out the tarp. I do remember that the field was an absolute mess and the only reason they even played it was so KC could get the revenue.

      • Rainbow Connection says:

        So at 7pm, they should have read the radar and decided to immediately start the game? Screw TBS, screw the people who bought seats, screw the starting pitchers getting ready?

  41. ItsATarp says:

    ALso you know what else sucks? Despite the score, CC looked locked in…Verlander was shitting bricks and barely was able to throw strikes.

  42. Matt says:

    This is a disgraceful job by MLB. The radar showed even before first pitch that there was no window to get this game in, yet they started it anyway because they wanted the ratings and the money from concessions. It’s amazing that nobody is calling them on this blatant disregard for the fans, and they killed both teams by forcing them to burn their aces.

    I think that this benefits the Yankees more than Detroit in terms of this series, but it makes it a lot tougher series and hurts whoever advances. The Yankees have homefield advantage in these next two games, so having the lesser pitchers go means that it is more likely that the Yankees can overcome that with their offensive firepower in this ballpark and the shutdown pen late.

    However, Verlander didn’t look very sharp tonight, and could be much better in Game 3. Also, the Yankees have the deeper bullpen, but they lose some of that advantage because of the lack of off days. This is absolutely brutal for the catchers, who have to go a day game after a night game on Sunday, or possibly a doubleheader if tomorrow is rained out as well.

    MLB could have easily avoided this by not starting the game in the first place, by essentially pushing the series back one day and building in an extra off day so it’s like the NLDS. Now, whichever team advances is going to be exhausted, unless there are a bunch of blowouts, which doesn’t seem likely given these pitching matchups and the relative strengths of these teams.

    • fin says:

      Bullshit, everyone turned the channel as soon it was postponed…Get a grip, everything is not a conspiracy. The weather went one way and the forecasters went another, and certainly not for the first time. You know you really dont have to blame people for everything, sometimes shit happens outside all influence of human beings.

      • Matt says:

        You have no clue. Anyone who pulled up the radar at first pitch and put it in motion could have seen that there was going to be rain for the entire night, with no breaks to play the game.

        A Yankee player is quoted as having said that they tracked it on an iPad in the clubhouse and had no idea why they even played it.

        It is always about the money and the ratings, you are so naive. If it weren’t, they could have canceled the game in advance when it was clear that it wouldn’t have been played, and saved the fans the time and money, and the teams the headache.

        By ratings, I clearly meant the 8:37 PM time slot. It hadn’t been raining ALL DAY in New York, and guess what? It’s not supposed to rain ALL AFTERNOON today, and start raining again RIGHT AROUND GAME TIME. MLB is insane!

  43. CUYanks says:

    Look on the bright side, we could easily be having a discussion about how we lost game 1. This is a lot better.

  44. Andy says:

    People need to relax. This hurts Detroit more than the Yankees.

  45. Wow says:

    A doubleheader is literally the worst idea I have ever heard of.

  46. Jerome S says:

    “I want it all: the terrifying lows, the dizzying highs, the creamy middles.”

  47. Tyrion Lannister says:

    What time will the rain be in NY tomorrow? Is there a time they can pinpoint to get the game in? I don’t understand why they scheduled yet another 8:37 PM start tomorrow. Let’s just wait as late as possible to start the game so we have no way to push the game back if it rains again. Just completely inept and it starts at the top.

    • Greg says:

      I like your idea on predicating the game 2 starter on what happens in game 1

      • Tyrion Lannister says:

        I think Scherzer in NY is a train wreck waiting to happen. If we can get Game 1 I feel confident against him in Game 2. If we lose game 1 we’re looking at best 1-1 with Verlander in Game 3, Burnett in Game 4 and Fister again in 5. In that case it’s probably best to go CC in 2 and 5 to give us our best shot.

  48. dkidd says:

    imho, this thread is a little overwrought

    does nova look worried? this team has swagger, they will win rain or shine

    maybe aj’s forced start will commence a crazy “you can’t predict baseball” run of success

  49. Buck Foston says:

    I’ve been reduced to watching Utah St. @ BYU.

    Fuck you rain.

  50. Tipsie says:

    At the present time, I have more confidence in AJ going 5 innings and allowing 3 runs than Colon. The issue will be (and has been) that Girardi has to yank him out at the first sign of any trouble beyond the fourth inning or so. It’s not a regular season start. Remember, Girardi’s failure to lift AJ in the sixth inning of ALCS Game 4 (Benji Molina HR) may have cost NYY a trip to the Series last year. LET HIM KNOW BEFOREHAND HIS LEASH IS SHORT, and don’t allow any of his histrionics if pulled early (Target Field, August 20).

  51. BigLoving says:

    Dear lord if AJ starts any game this series i want Girardi or Cashmans head or both. You owe it to the fucking team to give them the best shot to win for fucks sake already.

    • Urban says:

      …and that would be?

    • Evan3457 says:

      So, it should be…Colon, who was worse in September than AJ?
      So, it should be…Hughes, who hasn’t started in what, almost 3 weeks, isn’t stretched out anymore, and whose seasonal numbers are worse than AJ’s?
      So, it should be…Noesi, who’d be on a max pitch count of 65?

  52. bong hitter says:

    GUYS trust our offense!!!!!!!!! we will crush them! I TRUST THIS OFFENSE FUCK YEAH !!!!

  53. Pants Lendel-'Stros. says:

    If CC pitches sunday against the tigers then it favors the Yankees the rest of this series especially if it goes to a game 5.

    Nova only needs to 15 outs to get the ball to Robertson and Mariano… I think some people are missing that one slight advantage.

  54. Karl Krawfid says:

    I think the Yankees were gonna get to Verlander too.


  55. Urban says:

    Someone up above mentioned the teams can now make adjustments. Is that correct or just a rumor? The Yankees may want to think about it.

    Here’s the roster:

    Planned Starters (3): CC Sabathia, Ivan Nova and Freddy Garcia;

    Planned Relievers: Mariano Rivera, David Robertson, Rafael Soriano, Cory Wade, Boone Logan, Luis Ayala, AJ Burnett and Phil Hughes.

    The Tigers constructed their roster to use four starters. No change. The Yankees constructed their roster for three starters. Potentially big change.

    AJ was there if one of the starters imploded. He could eat innings. He’s now there to start a game. That means the team’s weakest starter is in the rotation, the team loses him as the long man, while an off-day has been removed. That’s a potential triple hit.

    Hughes has a back issue. It’s unknown how many innings he can give. He may have been on the roster as a one-inning reliever.

    If the above is true, the Yankees no longer have a long man.

    I’m not sure who they would remove and who they’d add (maybe Noesi), but I would like to know if changes are possible.

  56. your mom says:

    Didn’t bother reading the other posts but FUCK Mother Nature! Stupid bitch. Fucked with this team ALL year long. What a fucking whore!!!

  57. DF says:

    Weird question but for the people that went tonight, could they re-sell their tickets on stubhub or scalp if they couldnt/didnt want to go? I had tickets to Saturday but now that its Sunday, it makes it tough. I really wanted to go tomorrow. Any thoughts guys?

    • Andy says:

      I’m sure they can resale. There are already tickets for tomorrow’s game on stubhub. I was going to buy off stubhub for tomorrow’s game, so hopefully there will still be a bunch of options. I wold just sell your Sunday tickets and pick up tickets for tomorrow.

  58. mustang says:

    How about Nova’s year? Fighting for a spot out of spring training only to be sent down to AAA later after getting it. Coming back I being the second best starting pitcher on the Yankees. Now the home grown, no hype, not highly thought off, sometime over looked, non-super prospect gets the ball in game 1 of ALDS for the New York Yankees.

    How come I feel like everything is going to be just fine.

    • mustang says:

      Coming back and being..

    • fin says:

      HELL YA! Nova is the little engine that could. Most little engines dont throw as hard as Nova though. His low baip may have something to do with how hard he throws with downward movement, same as wang. However, if it doesnt fit into the grid…He can only be a number 4 or 5.

  59. CMP says:

    I blame this on George for not springing for the retractable roof.

    Also if Girardi is dumb enough to give Burnett a start and it costs them the series he deserves the same fate as Francona.

    • gc says:

      If you’re dumb enough to believe that Burnett will be the sole reason the Yankees lose three games before Detroit does in this series, there’s no hope for you.

      • fin says:

        Well said, as if there is a clearly a superior option. A Colon who is clearly out of gas or Hughes who has been hurt all year. If I were Giradi I would go AJ too, as a fan, I would go with anyone but AJ.

  60. Jorge says:

    Not MLB’s finest moment tonight. Not being able to predict the weather is something that should be expected from an everyday layperson, not from the people who make the decisions as to when to start, or not start, a baseball game. Two of baseball’s best pitchers were wasted tonight, and a series negatively affected. MLB should be ashamed of itself.

    I’d agree that I like the depth of Detroit’s staff slightly better but, other than Fister (who the Yanks took care of already once), there are no world-beaters on that side either.

    Still have to go out there and win the games, no matter how the chips may fall. Go Yanks.

  61. Jorge says:

    And, of course, the level of AJ-bashing going on right now is beyond ridiculous. I wouldn’t go into an AJ start feeling all that great, but I won’t call for Joe Girardi’s head because of it.

    • mustang says:

      “AJ-bashing going on right now is beyond ridiculous”

      Sometimes these things have a fun way of coming back and kicking people in the ass. Not saying that he is going to, but AJ is fully capable of going out and pitching lights out.

      • Jorge says:

        No matter how often it may seem that way, having him out there does not mean one predetermined outcome.

      • CMP says:

        The guy had 2 good starts over the last 3 months of the season. Realistically I’d except something along the lines of 5 runs over 4-5 innings from Burnett.

        Those “lights out” starts from him are mostly a myth at this point.

        • gc says:

          People need to fucking RELAX about Burnett. If he does pitch in this series, it would be on the shortest of leashes, and if he somehow winds up in the most crucial spot in a deciding game where the whole series lies in the balance (which I seriously doubt), then a whole lot of other Yankees would have had to have fucked up royally to let it get that bad, and they would have been far more to blame before him.

          • CMP says:

            In case you’re unaware, this is a best of 5 series. AJ could easily blow one game singlehandedly and/or exhaust the bullpen for a potential game 5 now with no rest days. That’s something the Yankees may not be able to overcome depending on the circumstances at that time.

            I’d be more confident with a Colon start backed up by Hughes should he be ineffective.

            • Evan3457 says:

              There’s still a day off between game 4 on Tuesday and game 5 on Thursday. This makes it possible that CC will pitch game 2 and game 5. Not likely, but possible.

        • fin says:

          name the other option for the 4th starter who had 3 good starts of the last 3 months?

  62. CBean says:

    This sucks so much. I had an awesome seat tonight at the game from work that they gave me because I’ve been working my ass off lately and I can’t use it tomorrow as I’ll be in MA teaching my new niece not to be a loser red sox fan. Also, I was feeling very good about tonight’s game. It seemed like we were getting to Verlander.

    • Jorge says:

      I wouldn’t worry about “getting to Verlander.” The guy’s a great pitcher, and how he pitched his first inning could easily not have been how he pitched the rest of the game. To be honest, the fact that the Yanks didn’t take greater advantage of a shaky first inning could have been a bad omen as well. You have to take full advantage of your opportunities with a pitcher of that caliber.

  63. Tackaberry says:

    I had 2 tickets tonight, but can’t go tomorrow. This really sucks. If anybody is interested in going, let me know, my twitter is in my website..

    • Rainbow Connection says:

      Wouldn’t they be used on Monday?

      • Urban says:

        No. Game one continues tomorrow in the bottom of the second. People with tickets to game one still have tickets to game one, so they have to return tomorrow. People will game two tickets and whom were planning to go to Saturday’s game now have tickets to Sunday’s game.

  64. Pat D says:

    So I’m helping to move my sister down to Philly tomorrow and I know the forecast here is for rain all day.

    So……what are the chances they actually play tomorrow?

  65. candyforstalin says:

    if you’re going with burnett, at least do it at home. Only one start with less than 5ip, only one start with more than 4er.

  66. The Constant Gardner says:

    Correct me if I’m wrong here but doesn’t every ump crew have a weathe radar located in their dressing room? So they didn’t know rain was coming? The grounds crew tracks weather as well so wtf??

  67. forensic says:

    Just have to say, it’s very entertaining to read through this whole thread for the unnecessary freaking out…

  68. bonestock94 says:

    I’m mad at the mlb because it rained!

  69. Kevin says:

    Doug Fister is a good doubt. But we have faced him before this year to the tune of 7 hits and three runs.
    No disrespect to him..but he has yet to face a team above .500 since his trade to the Tigers.

  70. Jose M. Vazquez.. says:

    I do not know what it is that one would worry about a catcher working two days in a row. I remember Yogi in the 50s catching both ends of a double header on July 4th. And then you only had one or maybe one and a half hours between games.

  71. Aaron Boone says:

    Scherzer’s splits are much better at home so another small advantage to us is that he’ll now pitch at the Stadium.

  72. jbkx says:

    MLB = Idiots

  73. Nuke LaDoosh says:

    Good Morning. What is the weather doing in NY?

  74. Zooboy says:

    I wish George where still alive to fire the weatherman.

  75. fin says:

    I saw 2 things in these threads, both of wich Torre answered…1. They will under no circumstances play a double header. 2. Both teams have leave to change thier roster. And there is no plan for if it rains for todays game. If it happens they will figure it out.

  76. fin says:

    I would have just moved the first 2 games to Detroit and came back to NY for the last 3. Home field isnt that big in baseball, and the first game in Detroit inst even a full game.

  77. fin says:

    TB could have elimated Texas by the time the Yankees and Detroit play thier first game, looking at the weather patterns. Just move the shit to Detroit for a couple days, its better than sitting in rain in NY doing nothing.

  78. Evan3457 says:

    Tonight’s game will be played through, almost no matter what, I would think. If the forecast is right at all, it’ll be showers off an on all night. They play through that in the post-season.

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