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Padres-Blue Jays game in San Diego interrupted by earthquake

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Last night's match-up between the Toronto Blue Jays and San Diego Padres -- thanks to Interleague play for these traditional rivalry games -- was halted momentarily so Mother Nature could have an earthquake.

In the bottom of the eighth, after a David Eckstein groundout, the tremors were felt at Petco Park. The public address announcer asked that the crowd remain calm. The crowd responded by cheering.

Job well done.

The Blue Jays won the game 6-3. The earthquake was a 5.7 in magnitude.

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