Frozen Fall Classic
The Phillies and the Rays are held in suspense due to ridiculously wet (and cold) conditions. And the poor Rays had to go to Delaware to spend the night because they had already checked out of their hotel.
Of course, a game suspension is unprecedented, it has not happened in a century, what are the chances that it would happen? They probably should not have played the game at all last night, but they did, so tonight (possibly) we will start in on World Series Game 5 part II. Will is be over tonight or will we have a game 6? Regular stats do not apply. The Ray's streak when Longoria has an RBI does not count, because that was yesterday. The Phillie's issues with hitting with runners in scoring position need not carry over, though they have from game to game lately.
Look for a wet game tonight, and cold, which I put in the Phillie's favor. They play in the cold in March and April and again in September and October, while the Rays play indoors.
For my housemate's sake, I hope it is over tonight. I switched over from MNF to see what was going on and I was shocked. I can't believe they played in weather like that, but I also can't believe they suspended it. How have we made it through 112 World Series without a suspended game for weather? That is a ridiculous feat. Its clearly possible but also somewhat mind-boggling. And Bud Selig...poor Bud Selig and the umpire crew are bearing the brunt of the fan anger. Had they called the game in the 5th, the Phillies would have won. Even if they had suspended the game in the 5th, which, weather-wise, they should have, the Phillies would be going into tonight with the lead, so they are, understandably, angry at the refs and the commish. And had they called the game sooner, perhaps the Rays would have found a hotel in Philly and not in Delaware.
For now, I continue my stint as a Phillies fan. So lets go Phillies!
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