|The following rules apply to baseball games being postponed or suspended for any reason. The most common reason is due to rain or other inclement weather, but these rules also apply to power outages, natural disasters, stadium emergencies, or any other reason.|
For bets to have action, the game must reach official game time on the same day and the originally scheduled location.
- If a game is postponed/suspended AFTER it has already been deemed an official game, wagers will be graded based on the official times explained here: Baseball official game times.
- When a game is postponed/suspended BEFORE it begins, and it is determined the game will not be played that day, all bets have no action and stakes will be refunded.
- When a game is in progress and delayed BEFORE it has been deemed official, play must be resumed the same day for bets to have action. If the game is not played that day, bets will have no action.
*NOTE: for betting purposes, a game that is paused but then resumed after midnight will still be considered as the "same day".
- If a game is postponed and becomes part of a doubleheader the next day, all bets have action if the originally listed pitchers face off against each other in either game of the doubleheader.
- If for any reason the location of the game is changed from the original site, all bets placed prior to the change in venue will be no action.
These rules do not apply during the playoffs. All postseason wagers have action and are played to completion, regardless of postponements.
All wagers placed on markets whose outcomes have already been determined will have action!
Example: when you bet on 'will a run be scored in the 1st inning', the bet will have action as soon as the market is official (the first inning ends), even if the game is suspended after that.