The game was finally canceled on Monday.

The Doosan Bears and Lotte Giants were scheduled to face off at Sajik Stadium in Busan on April 2.

카지노Charlie Barnes was scheduled to start for Lotte and Brandon Waddell for Doosan.

After the previous day’s game was canceled due to rain, it rained steadily from around the afternoon.

The rain lightened up at one point, but the rain streaks became longer again. The National Weather Service forecast changed from light rain around 5pm to steady rain until 8pm.

Despite the large tarps on the field, there were puddles of water all over the infield and outfield.

The forecast was for an endless downpour. An hour before the game was scheduled to start, the rain continued to fall and the decision was made to cancel.

The game was canceled, making it the first Monday game of the season.

On July 20, the KBO announced that “if one of the Saturday or Sunday games between August 5 and September 10 is canceled, the game will be scheduled for Monday at 6:30 p.m.” No team had played a Monday game due to the lack of weekend cancellations, but the rain forced Doosan and Lotte to cut the first tape of their Monday game.

It was an unfortunate situation for both teams. On April 9, Doosan will play a doubleheader against the Samsung Lions in Jamsil, while Lotte will play a doubleheader against the NC Dinos in Changwon. With Monday’s matchups, the teams will play a total of nine games back-to-back.

Both Doosan and Lotte have a busy road ahead of them in the race for the top five, and both have holes in their pitching staffs. The schedule is even tighter for Doosan.

Sixth-place Doosan has 54 wins and 1 loss, two games behind the fifth-place KIA Tigers (54 wins and 2 losses). Lotte is 5.5 games behind with 51 wins and 58 losses. It’s a hectic pace with no breaks when they need to pile on the wins at the end of the season.

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