A Chicago-area man blinded in his left eye after being hit by a foul ball this summer at Wrigley Field is suing MLB and the Cubs, the Chicago Sun-Times reported Monday.John Jay Loos, 60, was hit by a line-drive foul whilesitting in a seat close to the field at an Aug. 29 game against the Pirates, Mike Matheny Jersey according to a statement from the law firm representing him.Loos, of suburban Schaumburg, Ill., Whitey Herzog Jersey was hit in the left eye by the liner and since has lost vision in it, according to Clifford Law Offices in acomplaintfiled Friday in Cook County (Ill.) Circuit Court.”I was watching the game, but I had nochance to avoid it. It was just too fast,” Loos said of the liner duringa news conference Monday. The suit followsa high-profile incident in September in which a toddler was severely injured by a foul liner at Yankee Stadium after which several MLB teams, including the Cubs, vowed to extend protective https://www.cardinalsedge.com/st-louis-cardinals/mark-mcgwire-jersey netting this offseason.While some teams have said they’ll extend the protection, a few as far as the foul poles,MLB doesn’t mandate such protection, having only recommended in 2015 that netting be extended at least to the start of the dugouts.

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