The Ohio-Georgia Little League World Series game was canceled in the bottom of the first inning after a second rain delay.
The game's start was delayed an hour and five minutes because of rain.
The game will be replayed from the beginning. It will start at 4 p.m. Tuesday and be televised on ESPN.
The tarp came off the field at 8:10 and both teams have now started to warm up, but then it started to rain again.
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Just before the delay, home plate umpire Stephen Meyer of Hamilton, Ontario was struck by a foul ball off the bat of Columbus first baseman Jacob Pate. It appeared to hit Meyer in the neck and he went down behind the plate. He eventually got to his feet and able to walk off the field.
When the game was stopped, it was 0-0. Columbus was batting in the bottom of the first. Leadoff hitter Blake Hicks grounded out to pitcher Cole Heflin. Pate was the second batter.
Ohio top first
Ohio got two hits and stranded two runners in scoring position in the top of the first inning of Monday night's Little League World Series game against Columbus Northern.
Starting pitcher Troy Gilliland got the first two batters out before Bryce Heflin singled to left and Jarod Morrison singled to right-center, advancing Heflin to third. Morrison stole second before Ryan Robinson flied out to short to end the threat.
In its opening game against New Jersey on Saturday, Ohio scored eight first-inning runs in a 16-6 win.
Start delayed by rain After a hard rain shower that has delayed the start of the Columbus Northern Little League World Series game, the start time has been set for 7:05 p.m.
The game will be televised nationally on ESPN2.
Less than an hour from the scheduled 6 p.m. start of the Georgia-Ohio Little League World Series game, a heavy rain shower fell.
The game will be in Volunteer Stadium, were the tarp was removed about 6 and work on the field began.
The rains fell just as the Columbus team finished batting practice in the batting cages and made the 200-yard walk to the stadium.
It took the grounds crew a while to get the tarp down and there were already puddles forming when the field was protected. There is also standing water in front of the third-base dugout.