ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) — The series finale between the Minnesota Twins and the Los Angeles Angels has been postponed because of weather and rescheduled for Thursday.
It rained at Angel Stadium two hours before Wednesday’s game, causing puddles to form in both left and right field. The grounds crew worked for over an hour to remove water from the outfield, but conditions remained unplayable.
It is only the third postponement at Angel Stadium since 1995 and the 12th since the stadium opened in 1966. The last postponement occurred on July 19, 2015, against Boston.
Martín Pérez (6-1) had been scheduled to start for Minnesota against Los Angeles’ Matt Harvey (2-3).
The Twins have won five of six on their road trip. The Angels have dropped three straight after winning the first two on their homestand.
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