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Dodgers season of rain continues at Coors Field

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Wednesday's game between the Dodgers and Rockies was scheduled to start at 5:10 p.m. PT at Coors Field, but nearly 90 minutes later there is no game yet, though the planned start time is now 7:20 p.m. PT, per multiple reports from Denver.

This continues a season of uncommon weather delays for the Dodgers, and not just involving the Rockies.

On April 7, the Dodgers and Padres started 30 minutes late due to rain.

On May 8, the Dodgers and Rockies were shortened by rain, with the Dodgers winning 2-1 in six innings.

On May 9, the Dodgers and Rockies were rained out, a storm so big the game was called several hours before it was scheduled to begin. That postponement necessitated Tuesday's doubleheader at Coors Field.

On May 10, there was no delay but the morning began with Coors Field covered in snow.

On May 14, the Dodgers had their first in-game rain delay at Dodger Stadium since 2008, an interruption of one hour, 25 minutes against the Rockies.

On Saturday in St. Louis, the Dodgers and Cardinals started two hours, 20 minutes late.

Here are some sights from Coors Field from those who are there.