The Nationals vs. Mets game scheduled for July 29 received a sobering weather update: the start time would be delayed due to a Mets rain delay.
The Mets were set to face the Nationals on July 29, the third game of a four-game series. Unfortunately, rain and stormy weather has delayed the start time, which would have been 7:10 p.m. EST.
Two days ago, a storm rolled into the eighth inning of the Mets-Nationals game at CitiField, forcing a 97-minute delay that ended with a 2-1 Mets win.
Now, it appears as though pouring rain has prevented this Mets-Nationals game from starting altogether. When will the game start? Here are the latest weather updates.
Is the Nationals vs. Mets game today canceled?
No. Per recent reports, the game is delayed and there is no official word about a postponement.
Mets vs. Nationals rain delay: New start time and weather updates for July 29
This post will be updated as official updates are provided by the team.
Hopefully, the game won’t be postponed and will begin at some point later tonight.