A suspended game is a game that is stopped early and must be completed at a later date from the point of termination, though not all terminated games become suspended games. The most frequent cause of a suspended game is when a regulation game is terminated due to weather, and the game is either tied or in the midst of an inning in which the visiting team has taken the lead.
Rule 4.12 SUSPENDED GAMES. (c) A suspended game shall be resumed at the exact point of suspension of the original game. The completion of a suspended game is a continuation of the original game.
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7.02 Suspended, Postponed, and Tie Games. (a) A game shall become a suspended game that must be completed at a future date if the game is terminated for any of the following reasons: (1) A curfew imposed by law; (2) A time limit permissible under league rules; (3) Light failure, malfunction of, or unintentional operator error in employing, a mechanical or field device or equipment under the control of the home Club (e.g., a retractable roof, a tarpaulin, or other water removal equipment);
Rule 7.02 (c): The Comment to Official Baseball Rule 7.02 (c) states that if immediately prior to a game becoming suspended, a substitute pitcher has been put into the game but has not retired the side or pitched until the batter has been put out or has become a base runner, when the game is resumed such a pitcher may, but is not required to, start the resumed portion of the game.
Take a look at the verbiage from the official FanDuel baseball betting rules: If a game is suspended and continues to a conclusion the following day (local time), then all bets will stand. In the case of a suspended MLB Playoff games, all bets will stand until the game is completed.
Officially, Rule 4.12 (a) states: “A game shall become a suspended game that must be completed at a future date if the game is terminated ... (due to) weather, if a regulation game is called while an inning is in progress and before the inning is completed, and the visiting team has scored one or more runs to take the lead.”
Within the Official Baseball Rules of Major League Baseball (MLB), Rule 7.02—"Suspended, Postponed, and Tie Games"—details the circumstances under which a game may be suspended. In general, a game becomes suspended when it is halted by: A curfew imposed by law. A predetermined time limit.
First, a suspended game's wager doesn't carry over to the following day. Second, run lines and totals were graded as "no action" because games need to go nine innings for these to qualify.