The Mets announced the postponement of today’s scheduled matchup against the Marlins late Tuesday evening in an effort to be proactive in anticipation of anticipated inclement weather as the remnants of Hurricane Ida approach the New York area.
The game has been rescheduled as part of a single admission doubleheader Tuesday, September 28 beginning at 4:10 p.m. This will prevent the Mets from having to play three doubleheaders this week, in a season that has seen the team deal with constant disruptions in their schedule. Tickets for tonight’s game are not valid for the 28th and can be exchanged for select games.
The team will hope the weather clears out in time for Thursday’s season finale against Miami, as the team looks to capitalized on some hoped for and badly-needed momentum in the wake of Tuesday afternoon’s stirring ninth-inning comeback and subsequent doubleheader sweep of the Marlins. Carlos Carrasco is scheduled to start for the Mets on Thursday.