DETROIT (AP) The Detroit Tigers could end up with a wacky travel schedule next week - if they're able to keep their season going.
Thursday's game between the Tigers and Cleveland Indians was postponed because of bad weather, a move that could force the teams to squeeze in a makeup game Monday if it needs to be played because of postseason implications. The wild card-contending Tigers and AL Central champion Indians played a rain-shortened game Wednesday night, which Detroit won 6-3 in five innings. The series finale Thursday never began.
With the regular season scheduled to end Sunday - and little room for extra games before the postseason - the Tigers and Indians waited through a delay of 4 hours, 13 minutes before the game was finally called.