Boston Red Sox Game Rescheduled due to Hurricane Irene, New York Orders Evacuations

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Hurricane Irene is shaping up to be the kind of storm that tells us “don’t make me angry, you wouldn’t like me when I’m angry.” This could be the first real threat to the northeast corridor since Hurricane Gloria in 1985. It’s going to threaten New York City, maybe making land fall as a Category 1; and even reach Boston as a tropical storm with 80 mph winds.

The Boston Red Sox will no longer have a Sunday afternoon game with the Oakland Athletics, moving that contest to Saturday, the team announced in a press release. That game will start at 5 p.m. as part of a split doubleheader, following a first game set to begin at noon.

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Photos, Videos of Wreckage from Virginia Earthquake 2011

Check out these 20 pics of some of the carnage inflicted yesterday by the 5.8 on the richter scale earthquake in Virginia yesterday. (We all need a good laugh) And the video from the Quake. The damage may be nothing, but the video shows it’s nothing to sneeze at.

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Virginia Earthquake, Hurricane Irene, but No Lake Erie Tsunami: Browns are Safe

Despite what you have heard, there is no tsunami expected for Lake Ontario, Lake Erie, Lake Huron, or Georgian Bay. The Lake Erie tsunami warning rumor got a lot of traction on Twitter today, but luckily for the city of Cleveland, and the Browns, whose home is located right on the lake shore, it’s not a legitimate concern.

Despite all the sick jokes and juvenile tweets you’ve heard on Twitter, Colt McCoy’s home stadium is safe from flood and raging waters.

The east coast earthquake that rocked the nation’s capital, Washington, D.C. Epicentered in Mineral, Virginia the 5.9 quake was felt in places as far away as Maryland, Pennsylvania, North Carolina and New York. And Cleveland, during today’s Indians matinee versus the Seattle Mariners.

There was not an official evacuation at Progressive Field, but there was some concern that they would have to evacuate the stadium.

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East Coast Earthquake Shakes Cleveland Indians game with Seattle Mariners

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Breaking news of the day is the East Coast Earthquake that rocked the nation’s capital, Washington, D.C. Epicentered in Mineral, Virginia the 5.9 quake was felt in places as far away as Maryland, Pennsylvania, North Carolina and New York. And Cleveland, during today’s Indians matinee versus the Seattle Mariners.

According to MSNBC, during the 1pm ct hour broadcast.

“also in Cleveland, shockwaves from the earthquake there forced the major league baseball game between the Indians and the Mariners, there were some concerns there in the stadium. People were on standby, for a possible evacuation. There was not an official evacuation, but there was some concern that they would have to evacuate the stadium.”

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