Guardians-Yankees Game 5 postponed due to rain originally appeared on NBC Sports Chicago
The Yankees-Guardians series won't be decided for another day.
Game 5 of the American League Division Series set for Monday night at Yankee Stadium has been postponed due to rain in the New York area. The postponement came following a delay of two hours and 29 minutes.
The decisive game will now be played Tuesday at 4:07 p.m. ET.
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This is the second postponement of the series due to inclement weather after Game 2 at Yankee Stadium was also pushed back one day.
Jameson Taillon (Yankees) and Aaron Civale (Guardians) were the scheduled starting pitchers for Monday's game. Civale will remain Cleveland's Game 5 starter, but New York will turn to Nestor Cortes. Cortes, who threw five innings of two-run ball in Game 2, will be pitching on three days' rest.
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The winner of Yankees-Guardians will move on to face the Houston Astros in the AL Championship Series. The ALCS starts Wednesday in Houston.