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.
The Boston Red Sox are going back to the playoffs. A few hours after beating the Baltimore Orioles 9-0 on Wednesday night, the Red Sox were assured their second consecutive trip to the postseason when the Los Angeles Angels lost 6-5 to the Cleveland Indians. Of course, the Red Sox are looking for more than that.
This has been one amazing run for Francisco Lindor and the Cleveland Indians. Lindor snapped a seventh-inning tie with a two-run homer and the remarkable Indians held off the Los Angeles Angels 6-5 on Wednesday night for their 26th victory in 27 games. It was Lindor's 31st home run of the season, most by a switch-hitting shortstop in major league history.