Baseball Fan Held Not To Have Assumed the Risk of Getting Hit With A Hot Dog


While enjoying a hot dog at a baseball game may be as all-American as the game itself, getting hit by one is not typically part of the plan, at least not according to the Missouri Court of Appeals for the Western District. In a recent opinion, that Court held the risk of getting hit by a hot dog thrown by a mascot is not inherent in the game of baseball.

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