LOS ANGELES – A woman in Dodger Stadium was hospitalized on Sunday after she was hit in the head by a Dodgers star Cody Bellinger foul ball from Los Angeles at the kick-off of a match against the Colorado Rockies ,
The young woman sat four rows off the field along the first baseline, just above the protective net that extends to the end of the visit shelter. She was hit by a sharp line from Bellinger, who checked her between the innings. She initially stayed in her place and received an ice pack, but went after about 15 minutes for further treatment.
A first-aid worker who treated the woman said she had been taken to the hospital for check-ups, but she was alert and answered questions. The name of the woman was not published.
A woman died last August after being hit by a foul on her head at Dodger Stadium.
All 30 stadiums of the league extended the protective net to at least the other ends of the US Bundesliga from dugout at the beginning of the season 2018, after two years ago several fans had been injured by foul balls.
Fans' safety was further scrutinized after a young girl was hit by a foulball during a May 29 game in Houston Sox and Washington Nationals recently announced that they are expanding their net to the foul pole become.