A lot of people get hurt by foul balls while watching a game at a big league ballpark. Here are three things you should do instead.
Approximately 1,750 fans are injured by batted balls during Major League Baseball games each year, according to a study conducted by Bloomberg News.
That's equivalent to about two injuries every three games, and that seems like a pretty stiff price to pay for the chance at obtaining what is, at the end of the day, a pretty crappy souvenir.
Handing a foul ball to a young fan seated nearby seems to be the cool thing to do these days at Major League ballparks. But are these toddlers really all that interested in taking home some dirty baseball that they know absolutely ...
A baseball fan injured by a foul ball is challenging the notion that major league teams can avoid liability with their assumption of risk doctrine.
The things people will do for a foul ball at a Major League Baseball game… …like ditch their $600 phone and $10 beer, just to leap over some seats and snag one… …just like this Indians fan did during Tuesday’s game against the Royal...
An Oakland Athletics season ticket-holder asked a federal court Monday to protect fans from flying bats and balls by ordering Major League Baseball to extend the safety netting at its ballparks the entire length of the foul lines.