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Dodger Stadium Flooded With Some Gross Water During Game

Dodger Stadium flooded during a game.

The Los Angeles Dodgers are currently playing the Los Angeles Angels in an exhibition game at Dodger Stadium. It doesn't look like the game is going to proceed, though.

Water - potentially sewage or tertiary water - started to flood onto the field and into the dugouts. It's pretty gross.

The two managers, the Dodgers' Dave Roberts and the Angels' Mike Scioscia, along with Dodgers' president Stan Kasten, met on the field to decide what they do. It looks like they've decided to call the game.

It was starting to get pretty smelly, apparently.

The Dodgers' players were grossed out. We don't blame them.

The water appeared to spill onto the field and into the dugout after a water pipe broke. It spilled into the stands, too.

Here's what it looked like:

Some think it's tertiary water, not sewage. Whatever it is, it doesn't look good.

The Dodgers open the regular season on Thursday against the San Francisco Giants. Hopefully everything is cleaned up and smelling nice by then.

That game will be on ESPN. It's set to begin at 7 p.m. E.T.