Due to the arrival of Tropical Storm Hilary, the Los Angeles Dodgers rescheduled their Sunday game against the Miami Marlins and played a doubleheader on Saturday instead, which proved to be the correct option after seeing viral photographs of what Dodger Stadium looked like.
Tropical Storm Hilary Hits Southern California Including Dodger Stadium
Tropical storm Hilary made its way up to Southern California on Sunday, bringing heavy rain and powerful wind gusts. As a flash flood warning was in effect through Monday morning, mud and debris spilled down highways, trees were felled, and streets flooded.
Even Dodger Stadium, which is situated in Chavez Ravine, seemed to have been affected by the flooding. It is safe to infer that baseball games could not have been played if they had been planned during the odd weather event because the parking lot was flooded when a chopper from Los Angeles Dodgers Aerial Photography flew above the stadium. The flooding at Dodger Stadium appears to be the only damage the storm is known to have left behind. USA Today Sports has been in touch with the Los Angeles Dodgers and requested more information.
Dodger Stadium All in Good Condition after the Hit of Tropical Storm Hilary
On the other hand, the Dodgers do not appear perturbed. The team provided an update on the Chavez Ravine location on Monday morning, and the inundation appeared to have subsided. “Is Dodger Stadium on the rise?” We comprehend. “It looks lovely this morning,” stated the crew.
The Dodgers will spend the remainder of the week on the road, beginning a six-game road journey in Cleveland on Tuesday.