Cubs-Nationals game postponed


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Geoff Burke - USA Today Sports
Geoff Burke - USA Today Sports

CHICAGO -- The NLCS playoff series featuring the Chicago Cubs and Washington Nationals was in a rain delay on Tuesday night.

MLB officials have decided to postpone Game 4 until tomorrow at 3:08 p.m. CT.

Cubs manager Joe Maddon said during his pregame interview that he will stick with starter Jake Arrieta for Game 4 regardless if the game is rained out and moved to Wednesday.

In contrast, Dusty Baker said that he was unsure whether Tanner Roark or Stephen Strasburg would start if Game 4 is moved to Wednesday. However, more than likely he would bypass Roark for standout Strasburg.

If necessary, Kyle Hendricks will start for the Cubs in game five against the Nationals.



Tags: Kyle Hendricks, Jake Arrieta
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