Yankees, Tigers will play doubleheader on Sunday

Yankees, Tigers will play doubleheader on Sunday

Yankees, Tigers will play doubleheader on Sunday

The mixture of cold, ice, hail and snow ripping through MI postponed baseball games for the Lansing Lugnuts and the Detroit Tigers on Saturday.

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The Detroit Tigers and New York Yankees announced they have cancelled the afternoon portion of Sunday's doubleheader at Comerica Park due to inclement weather. Both games will be televised on FOX Sports Detroit.

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This is already the fifth day (now six games) in the first 2+ weeks of the season that the Tigers have had games postponed due to weather. Opening Day on March 29 was postponed until March 30.The team's second game of the season on March 31 was postponed until April 1, when the Tigers and Pirates played a split doubleheader. When they take the field on Tuesday, they will have had three full days off, a rarity in baseball's regular season. Yankees right-hander Luis Severino and Tigers lefty Francisco Liriano will face off for Game 1 of Sunday's doubleheader, while right-hander Luis Cessa will fill in for CC Sabathia in the evening against Detroit southpaw Matthew Boyd. The teams are still set to square off Sunday night as previously scheduled, with first pitch slated for 7:10 p.m. ET. An April 4 postponement against the Kansas City Royals will be made up as part of a day-night doubleheader on April 20.

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