Thursday May 12 had eight games on the MLB docket but Dodgers-Pirates was postponed due to rain in Pittsburgh. So the first two segments of the day went off as usual for weather and the S&P.
NYC Weather at 1:35PM local time
S&P 500 Index at Market Close
But when the MLB scores for the day were being collected, the rainout caused the day's count to drop to seven games - below the requisite eight in order to have action. The first two segments were scored as usual below:
Biff, Neil and Will were situated very well entering the final segment of the day and the rainout in Pittsburgh may have cost them a shot at a high finish for the day. Instead the day was downgraded to a non-action day and all the scores were thrown out.
In that way the results are very much akin to how a baseball game is handled when called due to rain but failed to complete a minimum of five innings. The results are thrown out and the game is restarted at a later date.
The results were completely lost to me also until I discovered a browser window I happened to leave open on my work computer.