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Young Fan Hit By Line Drive At Yankee Stadium, Increasing Debate On Netting In MLB

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 09 / 21 / 17

A young girl who was "seated directly behind the third-base dugout" at Yankee Stadium was hit in the face yesterday by a foul ball, adding to the debate about what MLB "should do to better protect its fans," according to Wallace Matthews of the N.Y. TIMES. Teams in '15 "agreed to extend th...

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