It’s way too cold to play baseball in Denver; Rockies and Phillies game postponed

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Colorado Rockies fans probably have an ample number of jackets, wool caps and mittens in their closets. You don’t live in Denver and not adapt, after all.

They’ll need all the cold-weather gear they can bring with them tomorrow night, when the game postponed today will be made up at at 8:07 p.m. MT. That’s 10:07 on the East Coast.

Major League Baseball decided to move the game back after a snowstorm blanketed the area and iced over roads. Tonight’s game-time temperature was expected to be around 25 degrees, which would have made for the most frigid postseason game ever.

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