The Yankees will have to wait another day to try and even their American League Championship Series with the Astros.  Major League Baseball and the New York Yankees have announced that game four scheduled for Wednesday has been postponed by heavy rain and is now set for Thursday at 8:08 PM at Yankee Stadium.

The Astros lead the best-of-seven series two games to one after their 4-1 win on Tuesday.  The extra day between games is expected to enable both teams to change plans for their game four starting pitchers.  Masahiro Tanaka is now slated to start for New York.  Tanaka is 2-0 with a blistering 0.82 ERA.  The Astros counter with Zack Greinke who is 0-2 in two post-season starts.  In 9.2 innings pitched he has an 8.38 ERA.

With Wednesday's postponement game five now is pushed back to Friday night at 7:08 PM.  The Astros list Justin Verlander as their starter Friday.  The Yankees have not announced their game 5 starter.

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