A hot dog launched into the stands at Citizens Bank Park by the Phillie Phanatic injured a fan who was struck in the face. The hot dog was wrapped in duct tape so it wouldn't disintegrate upon launch.
by: Call staff reports — The Morning Call 23h
Phillie Phanatic launches hot dog that injures fan
by: Des Bieler — Washington Post: Early Lead 23h
"It hit me like a ton of bricks,” the victim, who suffered facial injuries, said of the hot dog, which was launched into the crowd at Philadelphia's Citizens Bank Park by a remorseful Phillie Phanatic.
by: Alysha Tsuji — USA Today: For The Win 23h
This Phillies fan was hit in the face by a hot dog that was shot out of the team’s hot dog launcher.
by: John Town — Fansided: That Balls Outta Here 21 Jun
The Phillies showed this week against the Cardinals that they are still no closer to figuring out what to do in the ninth inning. The Phillies are heating ...
by: Simon Sharkey-Gotlieb — The Score 21 Jun
Hot dogs can hurt if you're not careful.During Monday night's game between the Philadelphia Phillies and the St. Louis Cardinals, Phillies fan Kathy McVay was injured after being hit by a hot dog shot into the air by the club's famous mascot, the Phillie.
by: Rob Goldberg — Bleacher Report 21 Jun
A hot dog cannon can be a lot of fun at a baseball game, but sometimes it can be dangerous. Philadelphia Phillies fan Kathy McVay was injured after being hit in the face with a hot dog during Monday night's game against the St...
by: The Smarty Jones — SB Nation: The Good Phight 20 Jun
The Phillies relievers were given three innings of work, and it was not a disaster
by: Dan Parzych — Fansided: Section 215 20 Jun
Odubel Herrera stayed hot for the Philadelphia Phillies on Wednesday by hitting a home run for a fourth game in a row. When seeing where this team was a ye...
by: Mitchell Gladstone, Staff Writer Twitter icon @mpgladstone13 | Mail icon firstname.lastname@example.org — Philly.com 20 Jun
Jake Arrieta was one strike away from getting out of the sixth inning Wednesday afternoon. Had he escaped, it would've been the first time he hadn't allowed multiple runs in a start since the end of May.
by: Bill Baer — NBC Sports: Hardball Talk 20 Jun
Phillies outfielder Odúbel Herrera has now homered in four consecutive games, one game shy of tying the Phillies record.