Dodgers vs. Reds delayed after 5 innings


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The weather at Great American Ballpark is a good representation for how things are going with the Los Angeles Dodgers right now.

LA trailed the Cincinnati Reds 4-0 after five innings Sunday when inclement weather in the Cincinnati area forced a delay. The Dodgers on a four-game losing streak and looked on track to drop a fifth in a row before the rain delay.

When rain stopped the game the Dodgers were being outhit 6-2 and one of their two knocks was a leadoff single by Mookie Betts to start the game. Their only other baserunners came when Andy Pages reached on an error in the top of the second, and in the top of the fourth when Teoscar Hernandez smacked a double to left. No baserunner has made it past second base.

It’s unclear when things are expected to clear up to resume play. If they’re unable to get Sunday’s game started again the Dodgers would take a loss since a full five innings were played, making the game official. 

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