Possible Game Postponements, Delays May 28: Indians-Red Sox, Padres-Yankees, Cardinals-Phillies

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Don Shapiro
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Some serious Major League Baseball game impacts were possible Tuesday evening as severe weather wreaks havoc throughout a good chunk of the Central and Eastern United States.  As of 6:30 pm EST there were no game cancellations.

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Games most likely to be impacted are the Indians-Red Sox, Padres-Yankees and Cardinals-Phillies.

Boston could have less severe weather but more sustained rain fall, meaning the potential for a game suspension.

The Padres-Yankees game may see brief delays due to scattered storms in the area just after the start of the game.

There is a tornado watch and storms in the Philadelphia area.  This one could be postponed so monitor closely.

There could be delays with the Indians-Red Sox game with showers in the area.

Elsewhere, the Tigers-Orioles game does bear watching as scattered thunderstorms are likely towards the end of this game.

The Royals-White Sox game once again could be impacted by storms closing in towards the final innings.

Always understand how your Baseball bets can be affected by game suspensions or postponements.

A baseball game becomes official for money line wagering purposes after 4 1/2 innings if home team is winning, or 5 innings if visiting team is winning. Totals and Run lines will have No Action.

For run lines and game totals (over/under), a baseball game becomes official after 8 1/2 innings if home team is winning, or 9 innings if visiting team is winning.

The no contest ruling and subsequent explanation should answer any questions some bettors may have.

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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