Tonight's O's-Tigers game postponed

Teams to play single-admission doubleheader Friday at 4:35 p.m.

September 30, 2010|By Dan Connolly | Baltimore Sun reporter

The Orioles final homestand of the season will have to wait a day.

Due to the remnants of Tropical Storm Nicole, the Orioles' Thursday night game against the Detroit Tigers at Camden Yards has been canceled.

It is rescheduled as part of a straight doubleheader Friday afternoon beginning at 4:35 p.m. The second game will follow 20 minutes after the first. Tickets for Friday and Thursday will be good for both games.

Tickets for Thursday's canceled contest can be exchanged for tickets of equal value for Friday's doubleheader, but if those with Thursday's tickets cannot make Friday's game or the two others remaining this season, they can exchange the tickets for non-prime games in April or May, 2011.

Jeremy Guthrie, who was scheduled to start Thursday night's game, is expected to pitch Friday night. Chris Tillman, tentatively slated for Friday night, will now pitch Friday afternoon

Friday's games will be televised on MASN2 and the Orioles' normal radio affiliates.

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