Kelly Downs of the San Franciso Giants carries his 11-year-old nephew, Billy Kehl, after the 6.9-magnitude Loma Prieta earthquake struck the Bay Area, postponing Game 3 of the World Series at Candlestick Park.
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MLB Commissioner Fay Vincent reacts moments after the earthquake struck Candlestick Park.
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Members of the Oakland A's and San Francisco Giants gather on the field with their familes and security personnel after the earthquake struck.
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Mark McGwire of the Oakland A's helps a female fan out of stands at Candlestick Park after the earthquake.
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Officials stand on the field at Candlestick Park after the earthquake.
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Stan Javier of the Oakland A's helps his wife Veva out of the stands at Candlestick Park after the earthquake.
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The game was cancelled and fans were asked to leave the stadium to avoid any injuries from aftershocks that may occur.
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The scoreboard at Candlestick Park is seen malfunctioning after the earthquake.
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Ken Phelps of the Oakland A's walks with his son Nathan alongside teammate Jose Canseco and his wife Ester as they leave the field at Candlestick Park.
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Will Clark of the San Francisco Giants and his brother Scott walk off the field at Candlestick Park.
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Police and emergency personnel occupy the field at Candlestick Park.
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An angina victim is wheeled off the field on a stretcher at Candlestick Park after the earthquake.
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Oakland A's Manager Tony LaRussa leads his wife Elaine and daughter Bianca through the crowd as they exit Candlestick Park.
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A young dejected baseball fan looks on after the postponement of Game 3 of the World Series.
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The game was postponed for 10 days.
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Emergency workers prop up a collapsed building in the Marina district disaster zone after the earthquake, which caused 63 deaths, 3,757 injuries, and an estimated $6 billion in property damage.
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Crumbling buildings are seen in the Marina district disaster zone after the earthquake. It was the largest earthquake to occur on the San Andreas fault since the great San Francisco earthquake in April 1906.
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Smoke rises behind the Bay Bridge from a fire in San Francisco's Marina District caused by the earthquake. The blimp (upper left) was in town for the World Series game at Candlestick Park. One section of the upper deck Bay Bridge collapsed due to the quake.
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