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A suspended game in Major League Baseball occurs when a game has to be stopped before it can be completed. When a game is suspended, the game is to be completed at a later time or date. Major League Baseball Rule 7.02 (4.12) Suspended, Postponed, and Tie describes, in detail, the circumstances under which a game may be suspended. In general, the circumstances are these: The rule goes on to describe special circumstances in which National Association (Minor League Baseball) leagues may suspend games.

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  • A suspended game in Major League Baseball occurs when a game has to be stopped before it can be completed. When a game is suspended, the game is to be completed at a later time or date. Major League Baseball Rule 7.02 (4.12) Suspended, Postponed, and Tie describes, in detail, the circumstances under which a game may be suspended. In general, the circumstances are these: The rule goes on to describe special circumstances in which National Association (Minor League Baseball) leagues may suspend games.
  • A suspended game in baseball occurs when a game has to be stopped before it can be completed, and the game is meant to be finished at a later time or date. Major League Baseball Rule 7.02 (4.12) Suspended, Postponed, and Tie describes, in detail, the circumstances under which a game may be suspended. In general, the circumstances are these: The rule goes on to describe when the game can or must be resumed. Typically, it is to be resumed right before the next scheduled single game of the two clubs, or preceding a doubleheader if there are no single games left on the schedule.
  • A suspended game in baseball occurs when a game has to be stopped before it can be completed, and the game is meant to be finished at a later time or date. Suspended games are used in Major League Baseball, Minor League Baseball, and may also be used at other levels of play (such as college baseball or the Little League World Series) depending on league or tournament rules.
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  • A suspended game in Major League Baseball occurs when a game has to be stopped before it can be completed. When a game is suspended, the game is to be completed at a later time or date. Major League Baseball Rule 7.02 (4.12) Suspended, Postponed, and Tie describes, in detail, the circumstances under which a game may be suspended. In general, the circumstances are these: * A curfew imposed by law * A predetermined time limit * Artificial light failure or other mechanical problems that impact the game * Darkness, if the lights cannot be turned on as a result of local law * Inclement weather, but only if the game is stopped in the middle of an inning in which the visiting team has taken the lead, except during the postseason * A regulation game called with the score tied The rule goes on to describe special circumstances in which National Association (Minor League Baseball) leagues may suspend games. The rule also goes on to describe when the game can or must be resumed. Typically, it is to be resumed right before the next scheduled single game of the two clubs, or preceding a doubleheader if there are no single games left on the schedule.
  • A suspended game in baseball occurs when a game has to be stopped before it can be completed, and the game is meant to be finished at a later time or date. Major League Baseball Rule 7.02 (4.12) Suspended, Postponed, and Tie describes, in detail, the circumstances under which a game may be suspended. In general, the circumstances are these: * A curfew imposed by law * A predetermined time limit * Artificial light failure or other mechanical problems that impact the game * Darkness, if the lights cannot be turned on as a result of local law * Inclement weather, but only if the game is stopped in the middle of an inning in which the visiting team has taken the lead, except during the postseason * A regulation game called with the score tied The rule goes on to describe when the game can or must be resumed. Typically, it is to be resumed right before the next scheduled single game of the two clubs, or preceding a doubleheader if there are no single games left on the schedule. Suspended games are also used in Minor League Baseball, and may also be used at other levels of play (such as college baseball or the Little League World Series) depending on league or tournament rules.
  • A suspended game in baseball occurs when a game has to be stopped before it can be completed, and the game is meant to be finished at a later time or date. Suspended games are used in Major League Baseball, Minor League Baseball, and may also be used at other levels of play (such as college baseball or the Little League World Series) depending on league or tournament rules.
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