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Byline: Larry Stone
ST. LOUIS _ Unless Major League Baseball immediately adopts the proposal of Tigers reliever Todd Jones _ make Maui the permanent site of the World Series _ these next few days will be known as "The Tarpaulin Phase" of the Fall Classic.
On a day when Joel Zumaya's radar readings in Game 3 became an issue _ some people wondered if they were turned down a few miles an hour on the stadium readout to mess with his mind _ the only radar in play Wednesday was a Doppler.
And those readings aren't encouraging, as conveyed by the St. Louis Cardinals manager/staff meteorologist Tony La Russa after Game 4 at Busch Stadium was deemed a rainout.
"I'm concerned about (Thursday's) forecast, and there's a chance it could rain Friday," La Russa said. "The forecast in Detroit is not good, either. But we're going to play this thing eventually. It's just a matter of when."
When the World …