IN VIDEO | A baseball stadium completely submerged in water

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Flooding in New York City and elsewhere on the east coast of the United States has been documented in spooky images on social media since Wednesday night, and the sports world has not escaped it.

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For example, the NJ.com site released a photo Thursday morning showing the devastation caused by the remnants of Hurricane Ida at the Yankees AA branch baseball stadium.

The building in Bridgewater, New Jersey, was completely submerged in water, so much so that only the bleachers and the roof of the two player shelters were visible. The entire pitch was hidden under brownish water, while the parking lot outside the Somerset Patriots home was filled with water.

The inclement weather forced major league baseball to postpone two games on Wednesday, the one between the Philadelphia Phillies and the Nationals in Washington, as well as the one between the Miami Marlins and the Mets in New York.


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