There was some confusion Wednesday night surrounding the postponement of the Red Sox-Rays game at Fenway Park. Media members rolled into the ball park around 3pm and got the sense from team employees that the game would be cancelled. It was, then it was announced, but the Rays were unwilling to acquiesce at first.
Ross gave us a behind-the-scenes look at the cancellation and the decision to have the doubleheader Thursday:
“It’s one of those things where it’s kind of a technicality with our union. If something comes up where things don’t really work out, we’re allowed to vote on that stuff. We kind of bounced around the ideas — I don’t think they wanted to play. I’m not sure of their reasons. For one, it’s freezing cold outside and I don’t think they’re really used to that weather [in Tampa], and I think they’re a little undermanned right now with a few of their main pitchers on the DL "
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