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Cubs Fan Blinded By Foul Ball Praises White Sox Plan To Extend Netting

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Cubs Fan Blinded By Foul Ball Praises White Sox Plan To Extend Netting

Cubs Fan Blinded By Foul Ball Praises White Sox Plan To Extend Netting

A man who lost the sight in his right eye after he was hit by a foul ball at Wrigley Field in 2017 is applauding the White Sox for moving to install protective netting all the way down the foul lines at Guaranteed Rate Field.

CBS 2's Mugo Odigwe reports.

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