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Should Little Leaguer Be Sued?

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Marcy, NY (WIBX) – A New Jersey Little Leaguer and his family are being sued for a fast ball thrown during practice that missed the pitcher and hit a spectator.

The woman who was hit was sitting at a picnic bench at the field watching her son play.  She suffered facial fractures and recurring headaches.  Is there an inherent risk for spectators at a game and do you think that the lawsuit is frivolous or should the little boy be held accountable for his misplaced throw?  It is our Question of the Day.

The original story was reported in the Asbury Park Press and pictures of now thirteen-year old Matthew Migliaccio appear here.

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