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Offbeat Jury clears Red Sox in suit brought by woman hurt by foul

19:37  14 june  2018
19:37  14 june  2018 Source:   msn.com

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Jim Davis/globe staff/file 2015. Red Sox owner John Henry. Boston Red Sox owner John Henry took the stand in Suffolk Superior Court Friday in a civil suit brought by a Brookline woman who was injured by a foul ball at Fenway Park in 2014, according to a report.

According to the Boston Globe's Travis Andersen, Stephanie Taubin is suing Boston Red Sox owner John Henry after she was struck by a foul ball last season while sitting above home plate. While the monetary components of Taubin's suit against Henry have yet to be reported, her filing comes at a

A general view during a game between the Boston Red Sox and the Chicago White Sox on June 10, 2018 at Fenway Park in Boston, Massachusetts. © Billie Weiss/Boston Red Sox/Getty Images A general view during a game between the Boston Red Sox and the Chicago White Sox on June 10, 2018 at Fenway Park in Boston, Massachusetts. BOSTON (AP) A jury has ruled in favor of the Boston Red Sox in a lawsuit brought by a woman who says she sustained severe facial injuries when she was struck by a foul ball at Fenway Park.

The jury Wednesday found that the team and principal owner John Henry were not negligent.

Stephanie Taubin, of Brookline, sued for $9.5 million, saying she suffered facial fractures and neurological damage from a foul ball in June 2014 while sitting in luxury seats above and behind home plate unprotected by glass or netting.

A spokesman says while the Red Sox ''regret the injury'' to Taubin ''we are pleased with today's outcome.''

Taubin's attorney says he's disappointed. He says his client was paying attention, but the ball moved so fast she could not avoid it.

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