It was a scary moment last night at Yankee Stadium, after a toddler was slammed in the face with a 105-mph foul ball, which completely stopped the game. In the video below, you don't see the girl get hit in the mouth, but you can see how fast the ball was coming off of the bat of Todd Frazier.
Clearly, Frazier looks completely shook up after seeing it hit the little girl, squatting down and eyeing the situation with a ton of worry on his face. Thankfully, it sounds like the girl was responsive (and by responsive, reports say she was crying -- which is a good thing as opposed to being silent), and a fan tried to calm Frazier's nerves after the incident.
Multiple Yanks players, both off and on the field, were seen praying and also shedding a few tears. After the game, Frazier was asked about the incident.
I thought of my kids. I have two kids under 3 years old and I just hope she's all right. I know the dad or whoever it was that was with them was trying their hardest, but the ball's coming at 120 miles an hour at them and the ball's hooking. So it's like if you've never seen a ball like that, which most people in the world haven't, it's very tough.
More info at the link below -- but thoughts and prayers on a speedy recovery for the little girl.