Dodgers-Padres Sunday Game In San Diego Rained Out

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) – The Los Angeles Dodgers Sunday game with the San Diego Padres has been rained out, the third such rainout in Padres’ history at Petco Park.

Sunday’s scheduled 1:40 p.m. series finale against the San Diego Padres has been postponed due to unstable, inclement weather including prolonged rain showers and possible thunder and lightning throughout the afternoon, the Padres statement said.

The game has been rescheduled for Saturday, Sept. 2 at 12:40 p.m. The regularly scheduled game on Sept. 2 against the Dodgers will be pushed from 5:40 p.m. to 7:10 p.m. to better accommodate a double-header.

It’s the first rainout at Petco Park since Sunday, July 19, 2015, a span of 134 games. Prior to that, there had been 820 games played at Petco Park since the previous rainout on April 4, 2006.

Tickets for Sunday’s game will be valid for the same seats at the new game time, and should be used for ballpark entry on September 2, according to team officials.

“Fans with tickets to both games on September 2 will be asked to exit the ballpark after the first game and reenter for the evening game,” the statement said.

There are no refunds for rescheduled games, but tickets may be exchanged prior to the rescheduled game at the Advance Ticket Windows at Petco Park for any remaining game during the 2017 regular season, subject to availability.

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  1. Witnessed history being made down in Diego County. Did the ground crew have trouble remembering how to use the tarp?

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