DENVER – The Padres-Rockies game on Sunday was delayed by two outs in the upper part of the first inning when a small flood exploded into untrue land along the right-field line.
Those who are familiar with the park said the problem was caused by a broken waterline running past the wall
DENVER – The Padres-Rockies game on Sunday slowed down with two outs when the first inning began when a flood exploded in fals.
Those who are familiar with the park claim that the problem is caused by a broken water line that runs past the wall separating the stands from the field.
At the time of the Padres delay, they climbed 3-0, thanks to Eric Hosmer's sacrifice and Hunter Renfro's Homer returns from the Lambeth gun. A few minutes after the game was stopped, the players left the field and the crew started to work on the matter. The game resumes after a 1