World Series All Wet

Fans watch the sixth inning in the pouring rain during Game 5 of the baseball World Series between the Philadelphia Phillies and Tampa Bay Rays in Philadelphia, Monday, Oct. 27, 2008.
(AP)

Fans, Philly Get Soaked as Selig Starts Game 5 Before Monsoon
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'I Don't Mind All the Rain Talk,' Sincerely, Home Plate Umpire Jeff Kellogg
Bill Conlin: On a Rainy Night in Philly, MLB Drops the Ball

"Phillies fan and climatologist extraordinary Joe Bastardi had fired off an angry 6:30 p.m. update to his blog on AccuWeather's professional site under the headline: 'Cancel the Game Tonight.'

Bastardi wrote there was no way in hell or Sea World the rain would let up. Indeed, a rapidly developing coastal storm off the Mid-Atlantic States had slowed the progress of a massive upper low funneling cold air across the Great Lakes. Result: The worst weather fiasco in World Series history and another stain on the boobs who run the cash-obsessed national pastime." -- 10.28.08, Bill Conlin, Philadelphia Inquirer

BDD Photo Illustration / Steve Garberg
(BDD Photo Illustration / Steve Garberg)

Pouring It On ...

BDD... a message from Steve Harvey
(BDD Photo Illustration)

World Series Ratings Were Already Worse Than TBS' 6am Steve Harvey Re-runs
And Now the 2008 Extreme Weather Games Are a Complete Washout

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