All Washed Up And No Place To Go

Rain prevented the Yankees and Blue Jays from finishing up their short series. Thunder and lightning, not to mention the sheets of rain coming down, forced umpires to call the game before it started. For the Yankees it was possibly a blessing in disguise, as they avoided having to face the white-hot Roy Halladay.

Halladay, who has won 14-straight consecutive decisions, was looking for his team-record-tying 15th straight win. Roger Clemens holds the Blue Jays record with 15. Halladay, 14-2 on the season, has beaten the Yankees twice during his streak but one of his two wins was against the Yankees early in the season.

Yankees starter Andy Pettitte will pitch Wednesday against the Baltimore Orioles. He was scheduled to pitch on Tuesday and is on a six-decision win streak of his own.

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