With light rain showers around Detroit showing no sign of stopping, Fox Sports Southwest reporter Anthony Andro is reporting that the start of Game 4 of the ALCS is being pushed back an hour:
The latest forecast gives a 60% chance of rain over the next four hours, and a tarp is still covering the infield at Comerica Park.
Unfortunately for a series that has already seen one rain-out, the Detroit forecast isn't getting much better over the rest of the week. There's a 30% chance of rain during the day on Thursday and a 60% chance at night.
Further postponements will wreak havoc on the pitching rotations of both teams, though a delay might benefit the Tigers more, as two players in the heart of their line-up -- Victor Martinez and Delmon Young -- are struggling with injuries.