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Man files lawsuit against Chicago Cubs after foul ball injury

10 October 2017

John Loos, 60, was hit in the eye by a foul ball during an Aug game at the Cubs' home stadium Wrigley Field, where he was seated close to the field, according to his attorneys.

"I had no idea that you were subjected to such missiles. said Roos, whose eye was heavily bandaged".

The Cubs are in the posteason once again, so you know what that means: Time for Bill Murray sightings at Wrigley Field. My life, and the lives of many fans, have been changed forever by Major League Baseball's failure to protect its fans.

He says the injury could have been prevented and the Major League Baseball needs to work to fix this problem.

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The Chicago Cubs have been through the rollercoaster of the postseason before, and despite blowing a lead and losing Saturday's Game 2 to the Washington Nationals, it was business as usual at the Friendly Confines on Sunday.

After the girl was hit in New York, Major League Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred said MLB had in recent seasons worked with teams to expand netting in ballparks and would "redouble our efforts on this important issue". He declined to elaborate. "This morning, when I went to the clubhouse, we didn't have to do too much today, just go eat on the field".

Loos is seeking at least $50,000 in damages, according to the Chicago Tribune.

Man files lawsuit against Chicago Cubs after foul ball injury