Murphy’s Law: Major League Baseball Needs More Netting Before a Kid Dies

In this week's Murphy's Law commentary,  Keith Murphy says no one else needs to die at a baseball game, but if Major League Baseball doesn't extend netting, someone will, and it could be a child.

Interesting points and counterpoints in a topic that sparks a lot of passion.

 

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