Dodgers Vs Rockies Halted By Drone at Dodger Stadium

Dodgers Vs Rockies Halted By Drone at Dodger Stadium
Dodgers Vs Rockies Halted By Drone at Dodger Stadium

Dodgers Vs Rockies Halted By Drone at Dodger Stadium, the Los Angeles Dodgers Friday night baseball game against Colorado Rockies came to a halt in the second innings as the Drone was over Dodger Stadium. The Dodgers 10-6 victory ceased for a brief second.

What happened to the 1-1 game?

As Joc Peterson escorted a 1-1 game a security guard came gushing towards the arena to stop the play. Turning the attention of umpires towards a tiny object that flew across the sky. Both the teams were ordained to empty the field until the sky seemed clear. The match afterward resumed to normalcy. The in-person attendance was 0 for the stadium. The people present were players, umpire, and the stadium security guard. However, it seemed like, Drone did have the ‘time of his life’ bringing a sensational pause to a game and capturing the wonderful players.

Yankees had to pause too

The event that took place on Friday occurred before New York Yankees and Tampa Bay Rays at Yankees Stadium halting their game too. In the MLB game, one of the few occurrences of drones, other than the August games in Minnesota and Boston on the list.

A bit of a Drone situation

The Drone took some shots of Dodger players inclusive of Clayton Kershaw. The Drone flew at an altitude above the upper deck.

“It seems like we have got a little bit of a situation with a Drone here”, Kike Hernandez as Drone went across while his interview took place. As the delay ended the player joked that Drone might have been ‘Trevor Bauer’ Cincinnati Reds player. “Doing some scouting” in future prospects of a match with the Dodgers added Hernandez.

Pitcher Antonio Senzatela, Rockies was permitted several heat-up tosses as the game resumed. To exit the side with double play groundnut from Pederson and a strikeout of Chris Taylor. Kershaw did establish strikeout history on Thursday as a 2500th career strikeout. The player is unstoppable.

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