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The major baseball leagues announced that Monday’s playoff game between the New York Yankees and the Cleveland Guards was postponed due to bad weather. The decisive Game 5 American League Division Series will be on Tuesday at 4:07 p.m. ET at Yankee Stadium. New York Yankees @ Yankees
Due to continued bad weather, tonight’s Yankees-Guards ALDS Game 5 will be played tomorrow, Tuesday, October 18th, At 4:07 pm. Tomorrow’s game will open at 2:30 pm. pic.twitter.com/I4e68p22Au
League officials, referees and team representatives met multiple times during the rain delay for more than two hours, but due to the rainy weather in New York that continued into the night, the game was closed. was eventually delayed. Delay could be an advantage for the Yankees.
After all, Jameson Tyrone, although he lost, was scheduled to start in Game 2 on Monday, when He was pulled before he went into overtime and gave up doubles, RBIs and RBIs for three batters in a row without recording an out.
Cleveland had little trouble against him, but the extension means the Yankees can make a dent in Tuesday’s game. Nestor Cortez has three days off. The southpaw had the best season of his career with a 2.44 ERA, 0.92 WHIP and 163 strikeouts in 158.1 innings.
Game 2, scored twice in five innings. Brendan Kuty @BrendanKutyNJ
Yankees spokesman says Aaron Boone via text message to Nestor Cortez Will start tomorrow.
Cleveland, (Laura Albanese of Newsday noted , will wait until Tuesday to announce the starter, but can pass the ball to ace Shane Bieber for three days off.
With no games on Monday, both teams will have relatively rested bullpen, but there will definitely be some The fear is that the winner will have to turn around and face the Houston Astros in Game 1 of the American League Championship Series the next day.