DETROIT (AP) — The Detroit Tigers and Texas Rangers are waiting out another rain delay in the AL championship series.
The start of Game 4 is being delayed amid a light but steady rain in the Detroit area. The tarp was still on the infield at the scheduled starting time of 4:19 p.m. EDT on Wednesday. League officials are hoping for a 5:15 start.
About 45 minutes before the game was supposed to begin, a few Rangers began throwing on the grass in right field, but they left the field before too long.
Game 1 of this series at Texas was interrupted twice by rain, and Game 2 was postponed from Sunday to Monday.
Detroit's playoff opener against the New York Yankees in the division series was also halted by rain and suspended for a day.