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Red Sox Yankees Game has Potential to be Postponed May 30

Written by:
Don Shapiro
Published on:
May/30/2019

Thunderstorms were expected through the duration of the Boston Red Sox vs. New York Yankees game Thursday night, and as of 5:30 pm EST, this game has indeed been postponed.

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It should be noted that there were tornado warnings due south of Yankee Stadium the other night and this game still managed to get off.

Thunderstorms were likely to exit the area by 9 pm, but officials decided it just wasn't worth it to have fans wait around in the rain for up to two hours.

Elsewhere, the Brewers-Pirates game could also be affected by rain.

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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