Though Miami has had bigger things to worry about in the wake of Hurricane Irma, for the past few days the talk around baseball has been whether the Miami Marlins would be able to host this weekend's scheduled series against the Milwaukee Brewers.
The outer membrane of the roof of Marlins Park was damaged, but not the main structure of the roof or the stadium.
The games in Milwaukee will be played as though the Marlins are the home team, with the Brewers batting first as any visiting team would.
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Jürgen Klopp did change the XI, giving Coutinho his first start of the season and also adding Daniel Sturridge into the mix. The second half picked up were the first had left off, with Liverpool probing and Burnley doing well to contain them.
Normally when weather leads to a movement of a series, a neutral site is chosen. Every win the rest of the way will be crucial, including their four game series with Chicago at Miller Park from September 21-24.
These games won't be quite like an ordinary game at Miller Park. Due to staffing concerns, the Brewers are capping attendance for the impromptu series at 10,000 seats for the first game Friday and 23,000 seats for each Saturday and Sunday.
The Brewers played the visitors role in their own ball park. It was Conley's first win since August 20 against the New York Mets, a span of four starts.
The Brewers also released a statement about the series, who noted that ticket sales for the three game series will be limited.
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