Hurricane Henri forces postponement of Sunday’s Yankees-Twins game

MLB postpones third in series between Yankees and Twins for ...

Bad weather seems to be the only thing that can stop the New York Yankees. The team was scheduled for Game 3 of the series against the Minnesota Twins on Sunday, looking for his tenth win in a row, but it will have to be postponed due to the imminent arrival of Hurricane Henri.

The match It will be played on Monday, September 13 at 2:05 pm. The Twins have a day off on Monday the 23rd, but the Yankees start a two-game series in Atlanta that day.

Hurricane Henri would be the first to make landfall in the New York area. It is predicted to make landfall on Sunday and affect the northeast coast .

With maximum winds of 120 kilometers per hour (72 mph) on Saturday, Henri was heading north-northeast to 27 kilometers per hour (17 mph) on Saturday afternoon. It was located about 635 kilometers (395 miles) south of Montauk Point, on the eastern tip of Long Island.

The Yankees have won their last 9 games and are 21-5 since losing three of four games in Boston in late July, including wins in the first two games against Minnesota.

The New York Yankees announced that Sunday’s game between the Yankees and the Twins on Sunday, August 22, has been postponed due to bad weather forecast.

The game will be rescheduled for Monday, September 13, at 2:05 pm at Yankee Stadium.

Fans who paid for tickets for Sunday’s game will be able to use them for the rescheduled game on Monday the 13th or exchange them for a similar regular-season game at Yankee Stadium (subject to availability), as outlined in team policy.

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