KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- The Royals game was delayed Friday night after a busted pipe involving one the fountains began leaking.
It happened in right field in the fourth inning with the Royals leading the Cleveland Indians 3-2.
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The leak caused a minor flood on the warning track. Grounds grew members worked to move the water to a nearby drain.
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41 Action News has reached out the Royals for more information. A spokesperson said the team is working to get the water supply shut off to that area of the field.
A few minutes later, the Royals broadcasters reported the water had been shut off to the busted pipe.
The game resumed after about a 30-minute delay.