For the second straight day, a postseason game has been rained out.

Game 3 of the ALDS between the Red Sox and Indians at Fenway Park has been postponed, MLB announced Sunday afternoon. The game was scheduled to begin at 4 p.m. ET.

With Game 3 being pushed back to Monday, MLB says Game 4 has also been pushed back to Tuesday, if necessary. Tuesday was originally an off-day for travel. If necessary, Games 3-5 will be played on three consecutive days.

Sunday's weather forecast in Boston is pretty grim. It has been raining in the area all morning, and CBS Boston says the rain is expected to continue until early Monday morning. The chance of precipitation doesn't drop under 60 percent until close to midnight local time.

Rain has postponed Game 3 of the ALDS at Fenway Park. USATSI

The Game 3 rainout has some fairly significant pitching consequences. The Red Sox will now be able to start staff ace Rick Porcello on normal rest in Game 4 on Tuesday. They had been planning to start lefty Eduardo Rodriguez. Boston can start Porcello in Game 4 and David Price in Game 5, both on normal rest, which is ideal for them.

The Indians can now start Trevor Bauer on normal rest in Game 4 as well, or bring him back on short rest for Game 3. He was originally slated to start Monday on short rest in Game 3. Corey Kluber could then go on short rest in Game 4, if the team wants. We'll see.

Of course, the Indians lead the best-of-five series 2-0, so at this point at Game 4 may not be necessary. The Indians have outscored the Red Sox 11-4 in the first two games of the ALDS.

Game 2 of the NLDS between the Dodgers and Nationals was rained out Saturday.