Should finale be reset if it rains?
* One of the biggest events in Memorial Stadium history could be a washout if it rains on Oct. 6, when the Orioles are to play Detroit in their final game ever at the stadium. According to major-league rules, the game would not be rescheduled if it has no bearing on the pennant race. However, more than 50,000 fans will have tickets to the last game. Should the baseball commissioner make an exception in this case and let the Orioles reschedule it?
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