(CTN News) – It appears to have been a wise decision by MLB to move the Dodger Stadium matchup against the Marlins from Sunday to Saturday.
Dodger Stadium was also inaccessible.
Aerial photographs showed the area surrounding the ballpark in Chavez Ravine completelya striking sight in an area that rarely receives enough rainfall to interfere with baseball games.
This video from Los Angeles Dodgers Aerial Photography demonstrates the extent of the flooding, which effectively turned Dodger Stadium into an island.
only 17 postponements, most occurring in the arrival of Hilary — the first tropical cyclone to land in California since 1939 — forced the league to change schedules for the Dodgers, Angels, and Padres.
It will take crews aof time to Stadium areas for the Dodgers’ next homestand. In addition to a series against the Diamondbacks that begins on August 28, the team was already traveling east for the with series in Cleveland and Boston scheduled before returning home.
Anaheim’s Angels, however, have a much quicker turnaround, as they were scheduled to play a home series against the Reds on Monday. As a result of Monday’s postponement, the game will be made up on Wednesday as part of a split doubleheader.
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During Hurricane Hilary, Los Angeles’ downtown area, which is not used to receiving as much rain as other major cities, received 2.3 inches ofis quite a lot for a city as big as Los Angeles.