Yankees vs. Guardian weather forecast: ALDS Game 5 postponed on rainy New York night

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New York – On Monday night, the New York Yankees and Cleveland Guards should complete their Game 5 ALDS matchup at Yankee Stadium. The Yankees won Game 4 on Sunday night, forcing Game 5 to be a winner-take-all. The winner will play the Houston Astros in the ALCS. Losers go home. Here’s how to watch Game 5. However, the start of Game 5 was delayed due to rain in New York. A rescheduling of the first pitch has not been announced, and there is a chance the game will be pushed back to Tuesday.

Major League Baseball makes all weather-related decisions during the playoffs, and the league meets every hour or so starting around 6 p.m. ET. The first pitch was scheduled for 7:07pm ET.

“I think everyone is on the same page when we talk,” Guardians manager Terry Francona said of MLB’s afternoon calls with both teams. “As long as we can play the game, not make it look like it’s going to be interrupted, and have a little bit of a result, (we) are willing to play.”

Game 2 of the ALDS was delayed by rain, forcing the Yankees and Guardians to play Game 2-5 for four straight days. From CBS News New York:

Rain is in the forecast for ALDS Game 5.

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If Game 5 is postponed, it will be on Tuesday, currently the scheduled rest day between the ALDS and ALCS. It’s likely to be an afternoon game, as the winner must travel to Houston for Game 1 of the ALCS on Wednesday.

The Yankees will start right-handed Jameson Taillon (14-5, 3.91 ERA) in Game 5. The Guardians will fight back with right-handed Aaron Civale (5-6, 4.92 ERA). Both starters are expected to be restrained. Here’s how each team’s bullpen is set up in Game 5.



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