Game 3 of the World Series between the Philadelphia Phillies and Houston Astros was postponed by rain Monday night time with the matchup tied 1-1, pushing the whole Fall Schedule schedule again sooner or later.
The rainout moved Game 3 to Tuesday night time at Citizens Bank Park, when the climate was supposed to be all clear. There was a smattering of boos on the ballpark when the washout was introduced an hour earlier than the scheduled first pitch on Halloween night time.
Game 4 will now be performed Wednesday and Game 5 is ready for the scheduled journey day on Thursday night time — Game 5 will compete with the NFL game that has, of all groups, the undefeated Philadelphia Eagles in Houston towards the Texans.
There shall be a journey day on Friday if essential. That had been the unique date of Game 6.
Game 6 has been rescheduled for Saturday and Game 7 could be Sunday. All video games will begin at 8:03 p.m. ET.
After two video games in Houston, the World Series had moved to Philly for Monday night time and the Astros have been set to ship right-hander Lance McCullers Jr. towards Phillies righty Noah Syndergaard.
Astros supervisor Dusty Baker stated McCullers would stay the starter for Game 3 if there was a rainout. There was no instant indication if Syndergaard would pitch for the Phillies.
The Astros had not named a Game 4 starter and the Phillies have been going with lefty Ranger Suarez.
The Phillies clinched the NL Championship Series with a win towards San Diego on a wet, gusty Sunday. The Phillies famously received the 2008 World Series with a Game 5 victory that took three days to full due to heavy rain.