I'd like to apologize to the @yankees for flooding their dugout. Actually, no I wouldn't. Make Sewage Great Again!
— Coliseum Sewage (@ColiseumSewage) May 21, 2016
Joe Girardi said the water first began to appear in the dugout during Friday night’s game, though he was unsure about the source of the leak.
“We had some leakage yesterday,” Girardi said. “I just think there was water leaking from one of the pipes.”
In June 2013, raw sewage flooded the home dugout, then seeped into the coaches’ bathroom in the clubhouse later that season. The coaches’ room was hit again by the same issue the following year.