Another ballgame injury renews push for expanded netting at Citizens Bank Park

     After a young Phillies fan was hit in the face by a foul ball  Saturday at Citizens Bank Park, the push is on again for  more protective netting to safeguard spectators at Citizens Bank Park. (AP file photo)

    After a young Phillies fan was hit in the face by a foul ball Saturday at Citizens Bank Park, the push is on again for more protective netting to safeguard spectators at Citizens Bank Park. (AP file photo)

    After a young Phillies fan was hit in the face by a line-drive foul ball during Saturday night’s game, people are calling again on the team management to install more protective netting to safeguard spectators at Citizens Bank Park. NewsWorks Tonight host Dave Heller looks into the issue with Inquirer Phillies beat writer Matt Gelb.

    After a young Phillies fan was hit in the face by a line-drive foul ball during Saturday night’s game, people are calling on the team management to install more protective netting to safeguard spectators at Citizens Bank Park.  NewsWorks Tonight host Dave Heller looks into the issue with Inquirer Phillies beat writer Matt Gelb.

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