A young girl is recovering after being hit in the face by a 105-mph foul ball earlier this week at the Yankees-Twins game in the Bronx. The girl's dad told reporters outside the hospital his toddler is doing "okay," but asked for prayers.
The child was along the third baseline when Todd Frazier fouled out, the ball hitting the girl in the head and bringing the game to a halt. "It was terrible," said Frazier, who has two small children. "I hope she is all right. It is something that I wish never happened. It was tough...to watch."
Fans and players were brought to tears as the girl was taken out of the stadium. After the game, players called for the protective netting to be extended.
Source: Los Angeles Times