The Phillies will have their 9-1-2 hitters up in the bottom of the sixth when Game 5 resumes tomorrow, weather permitting.
Summary: Under deteriorating conditions, play was halted one out after Tampa Bay tied the score on an RBI single by Carlos Pena in the top of the sixth and was officially suspended 30 minutes later. The Phils scored all their runs in the first on a bases-loaded single by Shane Victorino, but once again, the Phils continued to come up empty with runners in scoring position. Cole Hamels' lasted six innings, allowing two runs and striking out three.
Beerleaguer: An unfortunate turn of events to say the least. Fans may not want to hear it, but with a 3-1 series lead, a great pen and 12 outs to play with, the Phils are still in decent shape to wrap it up in five. That's what this team must remember when they step back on the field tomorrow against a Tampa team that was basically given CPR by Mother Nature and Major League Baseball. But of course, the forecast for tomorrow is even worse.