Red Sox vs. Marlins Rain Delay: Start time, updates

Jun 14, 2023; Boston, Massachusetts, USA; The Boston Red Sox field crew cover the field in
Jun 14, 2023; Boston, Massachusetts, USA; The Boston Red Sox field crew cover the field in / David Butler II-USA TODAY Sports

The Boston Red Sox and the Miami Marlins were in the middle of quite the game on Wednesday with the score tied at 1-1 in the sixth inning with Rafael Devers having just tied the game with a solo blast in the fourth inning.

Unfortunately, the weather has decided to not cooperate and we are officially in a rain delay.

As of this moment in time, we do not have an estimated restart time for tonight's game. A cursory look at the weather radar by this writer's very untrained eye seems to indicate that the weather should pass by within the next hour or so, but we will keep this post updated with updates and information about when the game should restart as it comes available.

**UPDATE** According to the Red Sox, tonight's game will resume at 9:45 PM EST. We will be finishing this game

While we have you here, keep yourself entertained with some of the fine work that has been posted on the site in recent days.

We have a breakdown of some of the Red Sox players that need to start playing better very soon. The MLB trade deadline is coming up in about a month, so here is a look at a couple starting pitchers that Boston should look at trading for and one they should avoid.

For those that really want to take a look back in time, we have a piece on the three best and two worst trade deadline moves in the history of the Red Sox. If you want to really dive deep into a well of sadness, we also put together a piece on the 10 worst trades in Boston Red Sox history. Yes, it includes the Babe Ruth trade to the surprise of no one.

Anyways, stick around, Red Sox fans, because we may be here for a bit.