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(Gothamist)   Teenager wins $14.5 million from the company that made the baseball bat that hit the ball that struck him, spilling his hot coffee onto very expensive pants, hit the pole and dropped the net onto his plastic mice   (gothamist.com) divider line 4
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2012-09-11 05:09:32 PM
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The Muthaship: Foxxinnia: The Muthaship: Foxxinnia: I'm surprised they didn't also sue the helmet manufacturers who failed to produced a helmet that would adequately protect his tender cranium without him having to wear it.

He got hit in the chest

Exactly.

I like it. Are you licensed to practice in Federal court?;)


Federal, international maritime, Islamic, b-ball, I got what you need.
2012-09-11 05:01:56 PM
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The Muthaship: Foxxinnia: I'm surprised they didn't also sue the helmet manufacturers who failed to produced a helmet that would adequately protect his tender cranium without him having to wear it.

He got hit in the chest


The helmet was supposed to dive into the path of the ball dumbass.
2012-09-11 03:56:03 PM
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Rik01: I've never liked the metal bats, feeling that they cheapen the game.

I've listened to both sides (wood and metal) defend their bats and heard about how well the metal bat does and why it does it, but when all the BS stops, the game was created around a wooden bat and wood has greater benefits than metal.

Besides, I prefer to hear the KRAK of a solid wooden bat connecting with the ball than that stupid ping!

I don't think you'd find the Brits trading in their wooden bats for their traditional game of Cricket to use aluminum ones.



Yeah, but it's only because they can't pronounce that word.
2012-09-11 03:50:14 PM
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Rik01: I've never liked the metal bats gloves or catchers' pads or machine-created baseballs or finely curated fields or not chewing tobacco all game or the idea that the game could be played as a career or pitchers not pitching every other day for every pitch, feeling that they cheapen the game.


FTFY
 
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