Game 3 Delayed After Severe Weather Hits Busch Stadium

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ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) - Wednesday's game three of the National League Championship Series in St. Louis has been delayed due to weather.

Meteorologist Dave Murray says, "Game should start on time and go into rain delay. The delay could last 1 and a half hours. It could take as long as 40 minutes to get the field ready"

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Ron Waterman of the St. Louis Cardinals has indicated that it is up to Major League Baseball to set the schedule to make up for a possible rain-out game on Wednesday. The MLB has not yet indicated when that would be.  Games are currently scheduled for Thursday Friday and Sunday.

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