On August 25 last year, the San Diego Padres were hit and played at Dodger Stadium. He crossed the safety net before meeting Linda Goldbloom, 79.
Goldbloom, recently At the age of 79, I was sitting on the C line at the bottom of the stand not far from T
ESPN. She did not regain consciousness and lost consciousness to the hospital that died four days later.
The 79-year-old is often portrayed as a Dodgers fan in home games.
ESPN said it was the third time the crowd was killed by the ball in the US baseball league for 150 years.
September 29 In 1943, 32-year-old Clarence Stagemyer, a Washington Senators player, threw a ball and stood on the stand.
On May 16, 1970, 14-year-old Alan Fish met and died at the head of a defeated ball at the Dodgers home.