Boy fractures skull after hit by ball at Cubs game

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    Poor little Dominic. Ted Lilly must have felt just awful. When I was in primary school they forced us to play basketball. I was always told by the teacher "Keely, don't run away from the ball!". Well when something resembling an orange cannonball is headed right at me I'm gonna run. Guess I was right. A basketball is much bigger than a baseball. And yes, I was always picked last in team sports.
     
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    The poor little guy. I hope he gets spoiled rotten by the Cubs players.
     
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    The article says that this is the first major league game that he ever attended. How unfortunate. I hope that he has a full recovery. I wonder where they were sitting. He is very lucky that he didn't die as I'm sure that foul balls have some force behind them. :eek:

    Hopefully, he will get a visit from the Cubs' team members and get some souvenirs. I wonder how long he'll be hospitalized. :(
     
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    I've seen someone get hit by a baseball at a B league game.
    It's unbelievable how fast the ball goes.
    Hope this little boy has a full recovery.
    And a lifetime of free tickets.
     
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