The last time an All-Star Game Home Run Derby was rained out was way back in 1988—in Cincinnati. Tonight, The Queen City may face a similar fate, as severe storms threaten the entire region. Tonight's (8PM Eastern) Derby is looking at a 50%-60% chance of rain—and tomorrow's All-star game itself is in jeopardy as well. You can bet new Commissioner Rob Manfred will do everything in his power to bring these events in on schedule, but Mother Nature may not cooperate. Where is Less Nessman when you really need him?