The New York Mets arrived in Atlanta for a four-game set against the pitiful Braves on the worst possible day as the rain poured down.

Rain delays are a regular part of baseball. While football is played in the rain, mud and snow, baseball needs the most perfect of conditions to get it done.

The New York Mets, the team who’s coming off the obliteration of the Washington Nationals, arrived for the next opponents, the Atlanta Braves on the worst possible day.

The rain simply kept coming and coming.

The game was delayed before finally starting much later than its 7:10 original time. We understand why now.

Check out the video of this water-fall like atmosphere at Turner Field (Video Above).

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