Angels, Dodgers play through 5.1 earthquake tremors (Video)



Friday night's Los Angeles "Freeway Series" game between the Dodgers and Angels was uninterrupted despite some earthquake tremors that rattled Dodger Stadium in the bottom of the sixth inning.

The tremors occurred as Dodgers catcher A.J. Ellis was fouling off a pitch from Angels pitcher Garrett Richards. Dodgers broadcaster Vin Scully was calm as he commented on the tremors, which lasted only a few seconds:
"A tremor, and only that, thank goodness."
Aside from a few seconds of shaky camera work, Players on the field did not seem to react, and the game continued on without any delay. Angels manager Mike Scoscia said after the game that he didn't feel anything.

According to official reports, the 5.1-magnitude earthquake was centered near Brea in Orange County.

Video via MLB.
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