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Tuesday night Orioles rainout open thread

The Orioles are rained out on Tuesday night, which sucks. There is still some other baseball to watch, if you like.

Patrick Smith

If you were looking forward to Orioles baseball tonight, I feel bad for you, son. You can have 99 things to look forward to, but an O's game ain't one. There is other, inferior, non-O's baseball out there that you can still watch, assuming there's anywhere that it isn't raining on the planet Earth.

Games in New York, Philadelphia, and Detroit have all been postponed already, in addition to the Orioles game being postponed.

Here's what's left on the schedule:

Pirates (6-6) @ Reds (4-8), 7:10
Probable pitchers: Gerrit Cole (PIT), Mike Leake (CIN)

This game will actually be starting some time after a resumption of a suspended game from last night, which was starting at 5:30. That game was tied 7-7 after six innings. You may have heard about the game because it's the one where they hit ten home runs.

Nationals (8-5) @ Marlins (5-9), 7:10
Probable pitchers: Stephen Strasburg (WAS), Tom Koehler (MIA)

Mariners (7-5) @ Rangers (6-7), 8:05
Probable pitchers: Blake Beavan (SEA), Robbie Ross (TEX)

Red Sox (5-8) @ White Sox (7-6), 8:10
Probable pitchers: Jake Peavy (BOS), Erik Johnson (CHI)

Blue Jays (7-6) @ Twins (6-6), 8:10
Probable pitchers: Brandon Morrow (TOR), Phil Hughes (MIN)

Royals (4-7) @ Astros (5-8), 8:10
Probable pitchers: Yordano Ventura (KC), Lucas Harrell (HOU)

Cardinals (8-5) @ Brewers (10-3), 8:10
Probable pitchers: Shelby Miller (STL), Marco Estrada (MIL)

Mets (6-7) @ Diamondbacks (4-12), 9:40
Probable pitchers: Jennry Mejia (NY), Bronson Arroyo (ARI)

Athletics (9-4) @ Angels (6-7), 10:10
Probable pitchers: Dan Straily (OAK), Garrett Richards, (LA)