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The Orioles and Yankees will play their 2017 Camden Yards’ finale Thursday at 1:35 p.m. after Wednesday’s game was postponed due to rain.
It is the first rainout at Camden Yards this year, though the Orioles have suffered through 18 rain delays in 2017.
It’s the Orioles’ second rainout of the season – the first coming on May 11 at Washington.
The Orioles and Yankees will face off again Thursday, with the same starting pitchers – Kevin Gausman and Sonny Gray – scheduled. Both teams were supposed to be off Thursday, with the Yankees traveling to Texas to face the Rangers and the Orioles headed to Cleveland for a series against the Indians that begins Friday.
The Orioles and Yankees have one more series against each other after this one: Four games in the Bronx next week.
Gates open at Camden Yards on Thursday at noon with parking lots opening at 11:30 a.m. MASN and 105.7 The Fan will broadcast the game as usual.
If fans with tickets for Wednesday’s game are unable to attend Thursday, they can exchange their tickets for any of the club’s final seven games this year, based on availability. Contact the Orioles’ box office for more information.
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