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Will the Yankees-Blue Jays Game Be Delayed, Postponed, Cancelled?

Written by:
Don Shapiro
Published on:
Sep/07/2020

There is a possibility that Monday's September 7 Yankees vs. Blue Jays game could be delayed or postponed due to weather.  Our friends at BetOnline offer clear rules for game postponements and are also known to pay out bets/make refunds in some instances regardless.   They are one of the few books that offer a dime line in Major League Baseball up to -199.

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A potential exists for scattered thunderstorms throughout the area during game time.  There was a 40% to 50% chance right up until Midnight as of Monday morning.

BetOnline Rules for Postponed Games Can Be Found Here

This game is scheduled to start at 6:37 pm ET.

Moneyline bets will have action after the gm goes 5 innings; 4.5 innings if the home team is up.  This follows a brief period at the start of the season where games were required to go 8.5/9 innings in order for there to be action due to Covid-19 uncertainties.  If you're unhappy with your current book's rules, we suggest playing at BetOnline.

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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