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The biggest impact on Monday's doubleheader between the Cleveland Indians and Seattle Mariners probably won't be made by anyone on the teams' lineup cards. With almost a foot of snow covering Jacobs Field, meeting the goal of a 4:05 local start time rests on the grounds crew's ability to get the field into playable condition. On Friday, the Indians' home opener against Seattle (2-1) was postponed because of snow and low temperatures with Cleveland (2-1) leading 4-0 in the fourth inning. The game was one strike away from being an official game, and a day-night doubleheader was scheduled for Saturday, but even more snow made it impossible to start the game.
A traditional doubleheader was scheduled for Sunday, but by then nearly 10 inches of snow had accumulated on the field, according to the Cleveland Indians' Web site. "This is an unbelievable situation," Indians manager Eric Wedge said. "We've had snow, we've had cold weather, but not everything at once, backing it up from day to day to day." The grounds crew's job is made even harder by the cold temperature which is keeping the snow from melting. The weather forecast for Monday has temperatures in the mid-30s with light snow expected in the morning. By time the second game is expected to start -- 20 minutes after the end of the first -- temperatures are expected to drop into the upper-20s with even more snow expected.
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