Mother Nature has disrupted the 2022 World Series schedule, forcing the MLB playoffs to conclude later than originally intended. After Game 3 between the Houston Astros and Philadelphia Phillies was postponed Monday, each contest in the World Series has a new date.

A rainout has moved Game 3 of the World Series to Tuesday night in Philadelphia. Game 4 is scheduled for Wednesday, and Game 5 will be played Thursday at Citizens Bank Park. Friday was supposed to be the day of a possible Game 6, but it has now been made an off-day so the teams can travel back to Houston.

If neither the Astros nor Phillies win three straight games in Philadelphia, Game 6 will be played Saturday at Minute Maid Park. A deciding Game 7 would be played Sunday night in Houston.

Every remaining World Series game is scheduled to start at 8:03 p.m ET on Fox. The Astros and Phillies enter Game 3 tied in the series at 1-1.

Noah Syndergaard was Philadelphia's probable starter for Game 3. Now, Ranger Suarez will get the call for the Phillies on Tuesday night. Aaron Nola will start Game 4 and Syndergaard has been pushed to Game 5, according to Phillies manager Robbie Thompson.

Lance McCullers Jr. remains Houston's Game 3 starting pitcher. Astros manager Dusty Baker isn't expected to change his team's Game 4 starter. Prior to the postponement, Cristian Javier was set to be Houston's Game 4 starter. The rainout would allow ace Justin Verlander to return to the mound Wednesday on regular rest, though he will likely pitch in Game 5.

Nola and Verlander are looking to bounce back from poor Game 1 starts. Both pitchers gave up five runs and failed to pitch more than five innings. Verlander's career ERA in the World Series is up to 6.07.

If the World Series reaches Game 6, it will mark the latest end date in a calendar year for the baseball season. No World Series has ever ended beyond Nov. 4.

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J.T. Realmuto #10 of the Philadelphia Phillies bats against the Miami Marlins at Marlins Park on September 10, 2020 in Miami, Florida. Mark Brown/Getty Images