Monday’s rain delay changes pitchers’ plans for Game 4 between Chicago and Houston, at least for those led by Dusty Baker.
The Astros had Mexican Jaime Urquidy scheduled as a starter on Monday, but they backtracked the plan and want to end it all here and now, so go with your best arm, Lance McCullers, who pitched Game 1 on Saturday and allowed just 4 no-run hits in 6.2 innings of work, beating Lance Lynn.
Chicago keeps its plan and Carlos Rodon will be in charge of opening the meeting.
One day after mother nature prevented it, Game 4 of the American League Divisional Series is played between the Houston Astros and Chicago White Sox and we live it in BRAND Claro.
The original schedule indicated that this series was going to arrive first than any other to the fourth game and could have the first qualified to the American League Championship Series. It was not possible due to the postponement and there is already a rival in the next round, the Boston Red Sox.
And they could meet their rival today if Houston’s ninth manages to finish the series. They won the first two at home, but The White Sox woke up to the offense Sunday night to live and see another day.
The situation is life or death again. 9 tickets or more to see if we return to the Minute Maid on Wednesday or if it all ends in South Chicago here and now.
A lot of tension also because in the additional hours due to the break we had a New Astros Sign Stealing Controversy. It seems that everything was a rumor, but it is an extra spice for an interesting series in itself that we will be telling its fourth chapter live on BRAND Claro.