Tort/Negligence – Baseball Game Attendee – Hit by Wild Pitch – Bull Pen – Unscreened AreaBryson v. Coastal Plain League, LLC Since the defendant-ballpark operator provided an area of screened seats, it discharged its duty to exercise reasonable care for the protection of lawful visitors. Plaintiff, who chose an unscreened area near the bullpen and was hit by a wild pitch, has not shown that the ballpark operator was negligent.
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Published: July 17, 2012
Time posted: 12:46 pm
Tags: Baseball Game Attendee, Bull Pen, Hit by Wild Pitch, Tort/Negligence, Unscreened Area