DENVER (CBS4) — Friday night’s Colorado Rockies game has been postponed due to the spring snow. The Rockies were scheduled to host the New York Mets.
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“It’s the Mets’ seventh postponement in 16 days this season. First coronavirus, then rain, then cold/snow,” Mets beat writer Anthony DiComo said on Twitter.READ MORE: Helicopter Drops 'Fireballs' That Ignite Controlled Burns To Mitigate Wildfire Fuel, Help Elk Habitat
The teams will play a straight doubleheader beginning at 3:10 p.m. Saturday. Only tickets originally purchased for Saturday’s game will be accepted. People who bought tickets for Friday’s game through the Rockies will get a credit or a refund.
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