But while it’s true that Guardians players and coaches changed hotels after Monday’s delay, a team spokesman confirmed to 3News’ Neil Fisher that that was always the plan.

The team headed to New York for Game 5 on Monday, knowing full well that players and coaches would need to check out of their hotel before the game and that there was a possibility they might need to stay in New York an extra night, according to a spokesman. the game must be postponed. As a result, the team made plans to have players and coaches stay closer to Yankee Stadium in case Tuesday’s first game was scheduled for early afternoon, while members of the front office and team staff stayed at the original hotel in Midtown.

First inning between the Guardians and Yankees is scheduled for 4:07 p.m. ET, with the winner facing the Houston Astros in Game 1 of the American League Championship Series on Wednesday. Appearing in the postseason for the first time, Aaron Siwale will start for Clevelandwith left-hander Nestor Cortez taking the field for New York after three days’ rest following the start of Game Two.

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