Here's a Monday score: Mother Nature 2, Major League Baseball 0.
The game between the Atlanta Braves and the Colorado Rockies in Denver Monday night was postponed by a snowstorm - the third time in eight days that the white stuff has frozen out the summer pastime at Coors Field.
In Minneapolis, the Minnesota Twins were proactive, preemptively postponing their game against the Miami Marlins seven hours before game time, while it was still 45 degrees and way before a single flake could fall at Target Field.
Why couldn't they use the Metrodome? It's still there, but with no dirt for base paths - it's now football-only (and the Vikings plan to tear it down).