Red Sox Fan Leaves Hospital After Getting Hit By Foul Ball At Fenway ParkA woman hit in the head by a foul ball during a New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox game at Fenway Park on Friday night has been released from the hospital.
MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred Discusses Fan Safety, Cardinals HackingRob Manfred has a lot on his plate in his first year as commissioner of Major League Baseball.
Woman Injured By Broken Bat Moved To Rehab FacilityTonya Carpenter suffered serious injuries when she was hit by a bat at Fenway Park.
Red Sox Fan Struck By Broken Bat Upgraded To Good ConditionTonya Carpenter suffered life-threatening injuries at Fenway Park last week.
Woman Who Sued Red Sox After Serious Injury Speaks OutJane Costa was seriously injured at a Red Sox game at Fenway Park in 1998.
Woman Hit By Bat At Fenway In Fair Condition, Family SaysThe family of the woman struck by a broken bat during a Red Sox game at Fenway Park Friday night says her health is improving.
Injury To Fenway Fan Has Some Thinking About SafetyOver the past three days, bats have flown into the stands in at least three cities.
Woman Hit By Bat At Fenway Park Remains In Serious ConditionTonya Carpenter was struck in the head by Oakland player Brett Lawrie's bat.
Boston Police: Fan Hurt By Bat At Fenway Expected To SurviveA fan hit by a broken bat at Fenway Park is expected to survive after suffering life-threatening injuries during a game between the Oakland Athletics and Boston Red Sox.
John Farrell: Fan Safety 'Paramount,' Unclear If Changes Coming At FenwayRed Sox manager John Farrell said Saturday that fan safety is critical, though any potential changes to Fenway Park after a woman was injured by a broken bat would have to be approved by Major League Baseball.