• Fan Hit by Line Drive at Tigers-White Sox Game

    by Matt Carlson September 2018

    A hooking line drive late in the Tigers-White Sox game Tuesday night suddenly turned everyone's attention to the stands. A fan was hit in the face by a foul ball, bled profusely before walking to the first aid station and was taken to a hospital.

  • Gunfire Scatters Fans at HS Football Game

    by Tom D'Angelo August 2018

    The moment pre-K teacher Britt Downey was ushered into a room by the front offices of Palm Beach (Fla.) Central High School late Friday, hours of code-red lockdown drills kicked in.

  • Bucket Spares Fan from Wrigley Field Scoreboard Debris

    by Paul Sullivan July 2018

    Had he not been wearing the plastic bucket on his head as a Cubs "rally cap," Kyle McAleer believes he might have been killed.

  • Minor League Stadium to Upgrade Safety Netting

    by Eric Peterson July 2018

    Schaumburg, Ill., officials will consider a $57,134 addition to the $132,000 already approved for contractor Haldeman Homme, Inc. in the spring.

  • Fan Files Suit Over 2016 Baseball Bat Injury

    by Jason Scott June 2018

    An Indiana man filed suit against Major League Baseball and the Toronto Blue Jays on Friday, claiming he had suffered a severe injury after being struck with a flying bat at a 2016 game hosted by the Chicago White Sox.

  • Free Sunscreen Offered at Stadium

    by Mary Katherine Wildeman June 2018

    Forgot your sunscreen? There may soon be dispensers of the stuff on the path to the beach and in the area's parks. There are already 10 of the sunscreen receptacles at the Joseph P. Riley Jr. Park stadium, installed last Sunday.

  • Flying Hot Dog Injures Phillies Fan

    by Andy Berg June 2018

    The Philadelphia Phillies may have to take something off their flying hot dogs, and we’re not talking condiments.

  • Wary of Bad Weather, Schools Cancel Spring Games

    by Jason Scott April 2018

    An unseasonable start to the spring has already wreaked havoc on high school sports schedules in parts of the Midwest. Now, it appears that the next level will have to chill for a bit longer, as well.

  • Can Spectator Seating Be Both Steep and Safe?

    by Matt Rossetti April 2018

    The Bell Centre in Montreal is known as one of the NHL's most intimidating venues for visiting players, mainly due to a large lower bowl and steep upper-bowl seating. In fact, Detroit Red Wings general manager Ken Holland stated that from a player's perspective, this type of design makes it seem like "everybody is on top of you."

  • Braves Reporter Hit in Head by Foul Ball

    by Andy Berg April 2018

    Atlanta Braves sideline reporter Kelsey Wingert got a little too close to the action Friday night, as the Braves took on the Philadelphia Phillies.