Selig: MLB will enact rules to ban weather-shortened postseason games
NEW YORK -- There has never been a rain-shortened game in the postseason, and now there never will be.
Baseball commissioner Bud Selig announced the sport will enact a rules change stating that postseason games cannot be shortened because of bad weather.
"All postseason games, All-Star games and that, will be full-length affairs, and the rule will be so written," Selig said Thursday following an owners' meeting.
Selig said the change also will apply to tiebreaker games that decide ...
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