A United Airlines plane carrying the Los Angeles Dodgers made an emergency landing at Los Angeles International Airport on Sunday night due to “mechanical issues,” authorities reportedly said. Flight 2207 was travelling from San Diego to Dallas, where the Dodgers were scheduled to play against the Texas Rangers on Monday, a local NBC affiliate reported.

The Boeing 737-824 plane, which was carrying 176 people on board, safely landed at LAX an hour after departing from San Diego International Airport, the Los Angeles Times reported. The pilot reportedly complained of an unspecified mechanical problem that forced the plane to divert, LAX spokeswoman Nancy Castles reportedly said.

Mary Ryan, a spokeswoman for the airline, reportedly said that the Dodgers’ team members were transported to another plane. “We got a swap aircraft out there so we can keep these guys moving," she said, according to the Los Angeles Times.

After landing at LAX, Adrian Gonzalez, who secured the Dodgers’ victory against the San Diego Padres on Saturday, took to Twitter to write about the incident.

 Cindy Ellis, player A.J. Ellis' wife, took to her Twitter account to address the incident.