The rain is expected to die down in time for the first pitch tonight between the Phillies and Braves, but showers and thunderstorms are expected to linger throughout the night, with the likelihood of rain increasing by 8 p.m and holding steady at 90 percent into early tomorrow morning. That's bad news for everyone except displaced starter Jamie Moyer, who hasn’t pitched since the Aug. 18 rain-delayed game with Arizona and only seems to surface when Mother Nature doesn't cooperate. The Braves are scheduled to face Florida Monday, so if a double-header is needed, it could occur before Sunday’s prime time game scheduled for 8 p.m. The Phils have a pair of twin bills already scheduled in September, at which time Moyer could be hoping to make an appearance. If rain forces postponement, the Phils could push Pedro to Sunday. Either way, Moyer's chances of pitching long relief increase with the cloud cover.