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Selig Considering Schedule Changes For Postseason Next Year
Published October 24, 2008
|Selig Could Make Schedule
Changes To Next Year's Playoffs
CLOUDY SKIES: With the series now shifting to Citizens Bank Park, talk Thursday night was already focusing on Saturday’s weather forecast, which currently calls for rain in Philadelphia. Selig: “It’s looking a little better (for the evening), but we’re spending a lot of time watching that, listening to the meteorologists. They’re going to get rain. It’s just a question of when and for how long. It’s pretty tough to estimate.” Selig as of Thursday night remained optimistic Saturday's game would be played (Fisher).