MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The Los Angeles Angels and Minnesota Twins have had their series finale at Target Field postponed by rain.
The decision was made about 15 minutes before the scheduled start of Wednesday night’s game. The Twins won the first two games of the series to drop the Angels to 4-10, matching their worst start in franchise history.
The Twins said the makeup date has yet to be determined. Both teams have off days on Thursday, but the forecast in Minnesota was calling for cold and snow.
This was the second postponement in four days for the Twins. They had their game on Sunday afternoon washed out by inclement weather, too.