The Los Angeles Dodgers at San Diego Padres game that was supposed to be held Sunday was postponed and has officially been rescheduled at to a later date.
The Dodgers will now play a day-night double header on September 2, to cover the game that was postponed.
Today’s game has been postponed and will be made up as part of a split doubleheader on Saturday, Sept 2. pic.twitter.com/drN6gTFQ0a
— Los Angeles Dodgers (@Dodgers) May 7, 2017
Also following the rainout is word on who was supposed to be Sunday’s scheduled starter, Brandon McCarthy. McCarthy reportedly tweaked his shoulder in the weight room late last week, which originally led to him swapping starts with Kershaw over the weekend.
It is now reported that the team does not know if McCarthy will be making the start against Pittsburgh on Monday.
Although the injury is not serious, the team does not want to risk the “tweak” becoming a lingering issue.
Finally, Bill Shaikin of the LA Times reported that since Sunday was supposed to be the final game of the KTLA and Sports Net LA partnership, they will reschedule to add another game at a later date.
Today was scheduled to be last KTLA/SportsNet LA simulcast. I'm told KTLA will air another #Dodgers game. No game picked yet.
— Bill Shaikin (@BillShaikin) May 7, 2017
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