Possible doubleheader ahead? Yankees vs. Orioles Friday matchup uncertain

Yankees vs. Orioles clash under threat: Game delayed due weather

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The highly anticipated Yankees-Orioles game at Oriole Park is in jeopardy as severe thunderstorms loom over Baltimore. Despite not being officially confirmed, there were strong indications that the game might be rescheduled for Saturday due to the worsening rain conditions. However, in the end the game started at 9:35 P.M ET.

The downpour has already drawn attention from journalists covering the event.With the forecast showing a high-90s temperature and impending thunderstorms, the start of the game, which marks Aaron Judge’s return after almost two months, has been delayed.


Initially scheduled for 7:05 p.m., the first pitch faces the possibility of a late-night start or, in the worst-case scenario, a rainout that could lead to a Saturday doubleheader.According to weather.com’s forecast, the chances of thunderstorms are alarmingly high throughout the evening.

By 8 p.m., there’s a staggering 99 percent likelihood of thunderstorms, with a gradual decrease to 58 percent at 9 p.m., and 31 percent at 10 p.m. Isolated thunderstorms remain a possibility even by 11 p.m.

To ensure the latest updates on game status and ticket information, fans can visit various ticket-selling platforms such as StubHub, Vivid Seats, TicketSmarter, and Ticketmaster. As baseball enthusiasts eagerly await further updates, all eyes are on the weather and the official decision regarding the Yankees-Orioles game’s fate.

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