The NY Yankees and Washington Nationals two game series in the nation’s capital was claimed by rain and will be made up in June. By the time the Yankees and Kansas City Royals open a three-game series Friday the club will be coming off a stretch of playing a grand total of five innings across four days, thanks to a combination of rain and scheduled breaks. The Yankees-Nationals interleague series originally was supposed to have one game Tuesday, the other Wednesday. But, the opener was suspended because of rain with the score 3-3 in the middle of the sixth inning Tuesday night. It was supposed to resume Wednesday, followed by the originally scheduled second game, but rain fell overnight and much of the day Wednesday, resulting in the postponement until next month.