Fans worry what’s next after Jarring Dodger Stadium floods.

Miami Marlins v Los Angeles Dodgers - Game Two / Harry How/GettyImages
Miami Marlins v Los Angeles Dodgers – Game Two / Harry How/GettyImages

As it made its way up from Mexico, Hurricane Hilary, which has now been downgraded to Tropical Storm Hilary, made landfall in southern California. This event was the first tropical storm to make landfall in the state since Hurricane Nora in 1997. Because to the direction that Hilary took, Major League Baseball ordered the Los Angeles Dodgers to play their Sunday game on Saturday instead, which resulted in a doubleheader being played with the Miami Marlins.

The rescheduling of the game proved to be a wise decision by the time Sunday evening rolled around since Dodger Stadium was flooded. Everyone was taken aback when they saw the flooding that was caused by the storm because it is completely out of character for a state that typically struggles with droughts and wildfires.

The potential of flooding and heavy winds will persist until further notice, despite the fact that Hurricane Hilary has been downgraded as it continues to decrease. Due to the initial burst of Hurricane Hilary, the state of California has already seen record quantities of rainfall.

According to the Los Angeles Times, Hurricane Hilary took an untypical route that took the eye of the storm directly over Dodger Stadium at approximately 8:15 p.m., and this led to worrying coverage in the aftermath of the disaster.

According to the Los Angeles Times, determining the damage caused by Hurricane Hillary may take several days, and the “true extent” of the flooding may not be known until Monday night.

A shocking picture of flooding at Dodger Stadium has fans of the Los Angeles Dodgers wondering what will happen next.
At this time, the extent of the damage to Dodger Stadium and the communities immediately surrounding it are unknown; however, the fact that the team’s schedule has been adjusted does assist ease some of the strain. The Los Angeles Dodgers kicked off a six-game road trip on Monday, and the next event that is slated to take place at Dodger Stadium is a concert by BLACKPINK on Saturday evening.

Experts are concerned that floods and mudslides could become fatal because to the unusual quantity of rainfall that has been falling in areas that do not often experience flooding (in addition to mountainous regions that could pose a significant threat). Hurricane Hilary is currently moving inland.

The Dodgers are scheduled to return home the following Monday, and it is hoped that the seven-game homestand against the Arizona Diamondbacks and the Atlanta Braves will begin on time without any interruptions. Due to the fact that Dodger Stadium has never witnessed something such to this before, supporters should anticipate some form of distressing news in the near future.

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