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The Rockies Padres match delayed by a water line break



DENVER – The Padres-Rockies game Sunday was delayed with two outs early in the first leg when a small flood broke out on rough terrain along the straight line.
Those who know the park said that the problem was caused by a break in the water line along the wall

DENVER – The Padres-Rockies game Sunday was delayed with two outs early in the first leg when a small flood broke out on rough terrain along the straight line.

Those familiar with the park stated that the problem was due to a rupture of the water line along the wall separating the stands from the land.

At the time of the delay, the Padres were up 3-0, thanks to Eric Hosmer's sacrificial volley and two-point Hunter Renfroe from pioneering Rocky Mountain pioneer Peter Lambert. A few minutes after stopping the game, the players left the field and the field team began working on the subject.

The game resumed after 15 minutes. Lambert eliminated Padres receiver Austin Hedges to end the frame.

Thomas Harding has been covering the Rockies since 2000 and at MLB.com since 2002. Follow him on Twitter @harding_at_mlb and like his Facebook page.


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