Dodgers fan hit by bullet voices, while team considerations extended netting
A young fan holds ice in the head of her head after being fouled on Sunday at the first kick-off of a baseball game against Los Angeles Dodgers' Colorado Rockies by Cody Bellinger.
The fan hit by a head-to-head foul during a Los Angeles Dodgers game this week allegedly suffered a concussion and said she "can not see from my right eye". [1
9659004] Kaitlyn Salazar talked about her injuries when the team announced on Monday that it was investigating the improvement of the safety net for future games at Dodger Stadium. The day before, Salazar was sitting four rows off the field at the first baseline – just beyond the net reaching to the end of the visitor's dog – when she was hit by a lazy ball from Dodgers outfield player Cody Bellinger.
"My head really hurt, to be honest. That was the only thing I could feel, "she said to KLTA, adding that" I can not see out of my right eye "net." The broadcaster also reported that she had suffered a concussion.
"YOUNG FAN" HURTING A STRUCK THROUGH THE BASEBALL DURING THE LEAGUE GAME
Bellinger called it a "frightening situation" after talking to reporters after the match and said he was at next inning went to Salazar to see her.
"I've seen her literally slap her face, so it was hard," he added.
The Dodgers on Monday The team began to investigate during off-season how netting at Dodger Stadium could be reconfigured.
The team stated that it was making recommended changes and extending the netting, but did not announce any timetable or details of the changes.
FOUL BALL OFF BATCH OF CUBES PLAYER ALBERT ALMORA JR. STROKES KID, GAME BRIEFLY HUSKED  The scene following a foul by Cody Bellinger of the Los Angeles Dodgers went on stage during the first innings of a baseball game against the Colorado Rockies on Sunday. (AP) “/>
The scene following a foul by Cody Bellinger of the Los Angeles Dodgers went into the stands during the first innings of a baseball game against the Colorado Rockies on Sunday. (AP)
In August, 79-year-old Linda Goldbloom died of brain damage after being hit by a foul on her head at Dodgers Stadium.
Earlier this month, a fanatic who participated in a Chicago White Sox game was hit by a ball from Eloy Jimenez. She was treated in a hospital and released. And in May, a liner from Albert Almora Jr. of the Chicago Cubs hit a young girl in Houston.
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MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred said last week that he did not expect the teams to make any changes to the ballpark nets this season, but he expected the talks to continue whether the networks should be extended.
As of last season, all 30 MLB teams extended their protective nets to the extreme, at least to the extreme.
Fox News & # 39; Kira Grant and the Associated Press contributed to this report.