In the second game of the their very first home stand, the Rockland Boulders have discovered a unique problem that comes with the new Provident Bank Park — fog.
The Boulders second home game, the opener of a series against the New Jersey Jackals, has been called because of thick fog at the stadium in Pomona. The Jackals were up, 7-3, in the top of the 8th inning when the game was halted and then called at about 11:25 p.m..
Play was suspended after a pop fly to the outfield by the Jackals was lost in the fog and could not be fielded by the Boulders.
The players for both teams went in their dugouts waiting to hear what will happen in the game, which started about 30 minutes late because of tonight's weather conditions. The game was originally set for 7:06 p.m.