The home of the Oakland A's and Raiders is having plumbing problems again.
The San Francisco Chronicle reported Saturday that heavy rain caused flooding in the A's coaches' bathroom before the game against the Minnesota Twins.
A's catcher Kurt Suzuki said sewage was flowing out of the faucets.
It is the second time this week that plumbing-related problems occurred at the Coliseum. Sewage made its way into the home dugout on Tuesday.
Earlier this season, it was reported that sewage flooded the visiting manager's office and team locker rooms during an A's-Seattle Mariners game. Seattle manager Eric Wedge had to hold postgame interviews outside the office and both teams were forced to shower in the Raiders' locker room.
At the time, A's owner Lew Wolff, in an interview with USA Today, called the situation "a bunch of crap."
The venue is owned by the City of Oakland and the surrounding county, and operated by the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum Joint Powers Authority.
"We're sitting in a 46-year-old venue, in an economic situation where the joint partners don't have the funds to maintain the facility. It's not up to us to maintain it," Wolff added at the time.
The Raiders play at the Denver Broncos on Monday night. Their next home game is Sept. 29 against the Washington Redskins.