Baltimore Orioles followers must wait just a bit longer for his or her first play off sport since 2016.
Recreation 1 of the American League division sequence between the AL East champion Orioles and the wild card Texas Rangers has been delayed by rain.
The primary pitch is now scheduled for two:15 p.m. ET.
Fox’s Ken Rosenthal reported the groups and umpires have been to satisfy at 12:30 pm ET to attempt to decide when the sport may start. He mentioned the rain was presupposed to filter out of the realm by 2 p.m. ET.
The beginning of right this moment’s sport between the Orioles and Rangers might be delayed. @Ken_Rosenthal has extra data on the delay right here, in addition to the roster selections by the Orioles and Rangers for the ALDS
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The Rangers are coming off a two-game sweep of the Tampa Bay Rays final week, successful 4-0 and 7-1. The Orioles loved 5 off days after successful the division for the primary time since 2014.
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Andrew Heaney will begin Recreation 1 for the Rangers following the climate delay, and he might be opposed by Kyle Bradish.
Recreation 2 is scheduled for Sunday at 4 p.m. in Baltimore earlier than the best-of-three sequence strikes Texas for Recreation 3 on Wednesday.