Wednesday's incident isn't the first time a kid was injured at the stadium this year. Just another victim of an anachronistic law and billion-dollar corporations perfectly happy to hide behind it.
Curtis Granderson talks about "Saved By the Bell," David Wells and the player he thinks is the greatest of all time.
Meanwhile, another Pirates hitter sent chills down his offensive numbers and one of the game's best young talents saw his star dim along with his team's postseason hopes. Yoan Moncada, 2B, White Sox: The potential cornerstone to a future Pale Hose revival woke up on Sept. 10 with a .182 batting average and appeared headed toward a long offseason of debates on whether he would reach his immense upside. Much of his damage came in a weeklong spurt from Sept. 14-21 when Moncada put up a slash line of .407/.448/.741 with a 1.189 OPS.