MLB weather: Wet conditions lurk Wednesday

Rain looks to threaten a few parks in the midwest. Here are the projected weather reports for Wednesday's MLB games:

Toronto Blue Jays vs. Detroit Tigers (+115, -125, 8.5)
Site: Comerica Park

There will is a 90 percent chance of rain at game time. Temperatures will be in the mid-40s.

Cincinnati Reds vs. St. Louis Cardinals (-111, +103, 8.5)
Site: Busch Stadium

Forecasts are calling for a 40 percent chance of thunder storms with temperatures in the mid-70s. Winds will blow out to left field at 13 mph. The Cardinals and the under were 5-2 in 2012 when the wind blew out to left field.

Tampa Bay Rays vs. Texas Rangers (+123, -133, 9)
Site: Rangers Ballpark

Forecasts are calling for a 90 percent chance of rain at game time. Temperatures will be in the low-40s and winds will blow out to right field around 15 mph. The under was 5-2 in 2012 at Rangers Ballpark when the wind blew out to right field.

Colorado Rockies vs. San Francisco Giants  (+124, -134, 7.5)
Site: AT&T Park

Temperatures will be sunny and in the low-70s. Winds will blow out to right field around 10 mph. The Giants were 21-12 in 2012 when the wind blew out to McCovey Cove.

New York Yankees vs. Cleveland Indians (-108, +100, 9)
Site: Progressive Field

Temperatures will be in the low-50s and a 80 percent chance of thunder storms.

New York Mets vs. Philadelphia Phillies (+107, -116, 8.5)
Site: Citizens Bank Park

Forecasts are calling for a 20 percent chance of thunder storms with temperatures in the high-70s.

Milwaukee Brewers vs. Chicago Cubs (-119, +110, N/A)
Site: Wrigley Field

Forecasts are calling for 90 percent chance of rain with temperatures in the low-40s. Winds will blow in from center field around 16 mph.

Baltimore Orioles vs. Boston Red Sox (+126, -137, 9.5)
Site: Fenway Park

Forecasts are calling for a 40 percent chance of showers. Temperatures will be in the mid-50s.

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