Last night's game between the Mets and the Braves on SNY, which was suspended due to rain with the game tied 5-5 heading into the ninth inning, will be resumed tonight at 6:10 PM. The TV fate was initially up in the air, as the teams are scheduled to play the second game of the series at 7:15 PM tonight, with that game airing on FOX. The Mets just announced that the resumption of last night's game will be televised on SNY
Last night's game was tied 3-3 before each team plated two runs in the eighth. The Mets scored their two on a Daniel Murphy RBI single that chased home John Buck and a Anthony Varvaro wild pitch that allowed Ruben Tejada to scuttle home with the Mets' fifth run. In that frame, Jordany Valdespin pinch-hit for Greg Burke—and struck out—so the Mets will turn to a new pitcher to begin the ninth.
For those wondering, rules-wise there's nothing special about a suspended game. Any player who has already appeared in and subsequently exited the game will be ineligible for the remainder of the tilt.