ALCS Tigers-Red Sox Game 6 weather: Cloudy, hopefully dry
More clouds, more rain, more cold. The weather for ALCS Game 6 will be playable but won't remind you of the dog days of summer.
BOSTON -- When I arrived at Fenway Park in Boston roughly four hours before first pitch of ALCS Game 6, this was the scene:
Menacing gray clouds and the luckiest seven-year-old in the world. The kid can switch-hit, too. Ten minutes later, the stadium lights clicked on.
CBS Boston says it will remain cloudy over Fenway Park with temperatures in the low-60s/high-50s all night, but any rain will be light and come later in the evening. Doesn't figure to be anything that will cause a delay or, worse, a postponement. Same weather as Game 1 and Game 3 -- each time the Tigers and Red Sox change cities -- basically.
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