Cubs' Albert Almora overcome with emotion after foul ball hits young fan







A child was taken to the hospital after getting struck by a foul ball during Wednesday night’s game between the Chicago Cubs and Houston Astros.

10 thoughts on “Cubs' Albert Almora overcome with emotion after foul ball hits young fan”

  1. Almora was born in the United States of America! Why should his citizenship status be a part of this discussion? What next, delving into the child's status?

  2. Once a ball flies into the stands it's very difficult to predict where it's going to land.  It's often a terrifying experience for the fans nearby the ball, even when no one is struck.

  3. It you take your child to a game then you need to be paying attention to keep them from getting hit. Nets will take away from the fun of the game. Bring a glove and catch it next time! It's not this NASCAR

  4. Hockey is still more dangerous than Baseball, it's the 2nd most dangerous spectators sport. Hockey Pucks kill hockey fans.

  5. Well it sucks that a child was hit by a ball, but that's the chances you take for going to a baseball game. Those nets obstruct my view. It's not like it was Simon Birch lol

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