INEVITABLE: More sewage problems at A's ballpark
The Oakland area has received a lot of rain, and that's led to more sewage problems at the O.co Coliseum.
What's more harrowing than learning that the call is coming from inside the house? Hearing a desperate bray that sewage is coming out of the faucets! Perish the thought.
It seems that recent heavy rains are to blame, and those rains are certainly to blame for what's become of the visitor's dugout:
Visitor dugout in Oakland. Probably 4" of standing water/potential sewage. pic.twitter.com/kAZGQx0cfr— Glen Perkins (@glen_perkins) September 21, 2013
Supposedly, that's mostly a mix of infield dirt and storm water, so perhaps it's not as grim as it looks. But as long as we're sharing photos ...
I instagramed this earlier, but y’all twitter people need to check out the bathroom in the A’s dugout pic.twitter.com/vv7eYZkGdK— B (@BHOAK510) September 21, 2013
A's baseball: Now with Typhus!
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