Schaumburg Man Suing Cubs, MLB After Losing Vision From Foul Ball
ABC 7 Chicago is reporting that a Schaumburg man is suing the Chicago Cubs and Major League Baseball after earlier this year he was hit by a foul ball at Wrigley Field.
According to his attorneys, John "Jay" Loos, 60 says he has lost vision in his left eye permanently after he was struck with a foul ball while attending the August 29th against the Pittsburgh Pirates at Wrigley. Loos was sitting down the first base line in section 135.
In his complaint he also alleges that there are more than 1,700 fans who are injured after being struck by balls coming into the stands at high rates of speed. This includes the toddler who was recently injured in New York.