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It does rain in California — Angels rained out at home for first time since 1995

It does rain in California — Angels rained out at home for first time since 1995

ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) — After 20 years and 1,609 consecutive home games, the Los Angeles Angels finally lost another game to rain. Heavy downpours turned Angel Stadium's outfield into virtual marshlands Sunday night, forcing the postponement of their game against the Boston Red Sox. Los Angeles will host its first doubleheader since 2003 on Monday. The Big A's grounds crew and drainage system couldn't protect the grass from the remnants of Tropical Storm Dolores, which fell steadily all evening and caused a 2 1/2-hour delay before the postponement. Using brooms and rakes, the crew vainly attempted to push water around the outfield before the Angels finally called...

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