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Dodgers, Padres Tied At 2-2 In 9th; Game Suspended, Will Resume Saturday Night

After over three and a half hours of rain delays, combined with over three hours of game time, the Dodgers and Padres were tied at 2-2 at Petco Park. The game was suspended in the top of the ninth inning, and will be resumed Saturday night at 5:35 p.m. PDT, before the Dodgers' scheduled game with the Padres. Matt Kemp is on first base, after collecting his third hit of the night, with nobody out.

Heath Bell and Hong-Chih Kuo are the pitchers of record right now, and Juan Uribe is the batter due up when play resumes. The game started with a half hour delay, then both Ted Lilly and Clayton Richard threw a scoreless inning. Then, however, a roughly 90-minute delay ensued, after which Richard departed in favor of Corey Luebke. Lilly resumed for the Dodgers, and was able to pitch 4 1/3 innings, which saved the bullpen somewhat.

The Dodgers struck first scoring thanks to a throwing error by catcher Nick Hundley on a double steal by Matt Kemp and Casey Blake, allowing Blake to score. The Padres scored two runs in the fifth, but a Kemp RBI single in the top of the sixth tied the game at 2-2. Each team has three relievers left that haven't been used in the game.

Hiroki Kuroda and Dustin Moseley are expected to start the nightcap Saturday night.

For more news and information on the Dodgers or tonight's game, be sure to read the SB Nation blog True Blue LA.