“We don’t want fans to have a false sense of security, like, ‘We’re fine now, the nets are widened,’” she mentioned. “These guys hit balls hard, and they’re throwing 100-mile-an-hour pitches.”
She mentioned the warning on the ticket was not sufficient.
“We were laughing: On the back of the ticket, ‘Enter at your own risk’ is in tiny, tiny print, and then ‘Buy Farmer John hot dogs’ is in like 20-point font,” she mentioned. “I mean, stuff like that is kind of ridiculous, too. You’d think that the warning label would be larger than the advertisement.”
Brody mentioned that the Dodgers had reached out to her household, however she had agreed to not disclose the character of their conversations.
Brody mentioned she want to see baseball arrange a fund for followers and their households who endure harm or the dying of a cherished one at a sport “instead of just saying, “Sorry, you’re liable, enter at your own risk.’”
After Goldbloom was struck, she started to expertise weak spot on her left aspect and was taken by ambulance to a hospital, based on the Los Angeles County coroner’s report. At the hospital, medical doctors found a mind hemorrhage and he or she underwent surgical procedure. Her well being deteriorated and he or she died at 6:15 a.m. on Aug. 29.
Brody, who lives in Santa Barbara, Calif., mentioned her father wouldn’t be renewing his season tickets.
“We love the Dodgers and the game,” she mentioned. “But now it’s like a bad taste in our mouth, so it’s harder. My poor dad, he doesn’t have anyone to go with now, his life partner. His kids all live in different cities. That’s sad, that that’s all come to an end.”