The Phillies and Reds were locked in a scoreless tie heading into the bottom of the ninth before heavy rain forced a delay and postponement (see story).
The game will resume Wednesday at 5:30 p.m. before the final game of the series, which takes place at 7:10 p.m.
Now, here's a recap of Tuesday night's action around baseball:
Somber Red Sox beat Indians
CLEVELAND -- Mike Napoli hit a three-run double in Boston's seven-run second inning and the Red Sox, playing with heavy hearts one day after the deadly bombings back home, beat the Cleveland Indians 7-2 on Tuesday night.
Boston's players were already en route to Cleveland when they learned of the explosions near the Boston Marathon's finish line that killed three and injured more than 170. The Red Sox were hoping to bring some relief to those affected by the tragedy, and they may have while winning their fourth straight.
The series opener was also Indians manager Terry Francona's first game against the Red Sox, the team he led to two World Series titles during eight seasons in Boston (see full recap).
- The Associated Press
Braves top Royals for 10th straight
ATLANTA -- Jason Heyward, Justin Upton and Dan Uggla homered in the eighth inning, and Juan Francisco hit a pair of solo shots earlier in the game to help the Atlanta Braves win their 10th straight with a 6-3 victory over the Kansas City Royals on Tuesday night.
Atlanta's 10-game winning streak is its longest since the club won 15 straight from April 15-May 2, 2000. The Braves are 12-1 and off to their best start since they began the 1994 season 13-1.
Eric O'Flaherty (3-0) allowed one hit and struck out two in a scoreless eighth for the win in relief.
Heyward's second homer, Upton's eighth and Uggla's third were solo shots off Kelvin Herrera (1-1), who gave up three hits, four runs and one walk in two-thirds of an inning. The Braves have outhomered opponents 25-7 and outscored opponents 68-25 for the best run differential in the majors (see full recap).
-The Associated Press
Marlins' bats break out to top Nats
MIAMI -- Adeiny Hechavarria ended the Marlins' nine-game home run drought with a three-run shot, and Miami beat the Washington Nationals 8-2 Tuesday night.
A throwing error by Nationals third baseman Ryan Zimmerman -- his fourth in five games -- preceded the homer and led to four unearned runs.
The Marlins (3-11) began the game with the worst record in the majors but broke out of an offensive slump in the fourth inning with four runs, more than they had scored in all but one game.
Hechavarria sent the Marlins Park home run sculpture swinging into action for the first time this season and ended a homer drought that had tied the 20-year-old franchise record (see full recap).
-The Associated Press