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Soggy Game Five in Philly Tied at 2-2 Officially Suspended

Chaz MattsonAnalyst IMay 31, 2016

A soggy night in Philadelphia has caused Game Five to to go into a rain delay, with the score knotted at 2-2 heading to the bottom of the sixth inning. 

The game has now been officially suspended, meaning no more baseball tonight. It will be pushed back until Tuesday or Wednesday evening, depending on the weather, as being reported from FOX.

The Rays had just tied the score in the top of the sixth. The weather had been poor the majority of the game with the game starting in a slow drizzle. Technically, the game will be picked up where it left off, the problem is, at this point no one knows exactly when that will be. The infield had taken on a great deal of water and the storm radar and forecast in Philadelphia indicate a lot of moisture expected tonight and tomorrow.

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