|San Francisco Examiner|
There’s a slight chance rain could be a factor during Game 4 of the World Series Saturday evening in San Francisco.
At the moment, the extended forecast shows a 40 percent chance of precipitation at about the time Ryan Vogelsong fires the first pitch for the Giants. Rain chances increase to 60 percent during the 6 and 7 p.m. hours and dip back to 40 percent around 8 p.m. Temperatures should be in the mid to low 60s.
It’s not likely rain will cause a postponement, but we could see some rain throughout the contest.
However, according to this story, AT&T Park is equipped with a custom-designed SubAir System that, among other cool things, utilizes a vacuum mode that “quickly removes standing water, virtually eliminating the need for extended game delays or cancellations due to field conditions.”
Good to know.
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