The present went on for the Padres and Dodgers on Friday whereas the bottom beneath them shook. That is as a result of there wasn’t sufficient shaking go on to have an effect on them.
The groups performed via a 7.1-magnitude earthquake that was centered close to Ridgecrest, Calif., about 140 miles northeast of Dodger Stadium, and felt in Las Vegas and Sacramento.
LA’s Enrique Hernandez was batting within the backside of the fourth inning towards the San Diego’s Eric Lauer on the time.
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Hernandez had a easy purpose for why he saved enjoying: He told SportsNet LA he did not really feel something.
Added LA supervisor Dave Roberts: “We really couldn’t feel it as much on the field as the people in the upper deck.” (video through Gilbert Manzano of the Orange County Register).
Dodgers outfielder Alex Verdugo was within the dugout when the quake hit. He determined to, effectively, roll with it. “It’s not like I can tell the earth to stop moving,” he informed reporters, per Pedro Moura of The Athletic.
LA nearer Kenley Jansen was within the residence clubhouse and felt it. He known as the episode “a scary moment,” noting the massive crowd available.
This was the second main earthquake in Southern California in as many days. A 6.4-magnitude quake Thursday was centered in about the identical space as Friday’s temblor.