Phillies 2, Rays 2: SUSPENDED: Bud Selig's quote: "I can't tell you tonight when we'll resume. We'll stay here if we have to celebrate Thanksgiving here." I can only assume he said that after suggesting that the game be moved to Milwaukee, only to be shouted down. The forecast today calls for showers and wind and cold and the same kind of crap that moved through Ohio yesterday, so good luck everyone, but even if the game does happen, it will be fairly miserable.
This is also interesting: "If Pena had not tied it, Selig said he would not have let the Phillies win with a game that was called after six innings.'It's not a way to end a World Series,' he said. 'I would not have allowed a World Series to end this way.'" I know Selig is all gung ho to not be embarrassed again, but aren't there rules about that? I mean, if an ump calls a game due to rain after five and a half innings with a team up, can Selig just jump out of his box and overrule him? I've seen Vince McMahon do that kind of thing before in WWE, but I didn't know Bud could.
Whatever happens, this has not been a particularly good World Series, and the part of the game that was played last night was a disgrace . The ending, however, will probably end up being a memorable one.