Friday, July 8, 2011

Josh Hamilton Distraught By Shannon Stone Death At Texas Rangers Game

On Thursday’s game, Rangers fan who died in fall was a firefighter named Shannon Stone. According to the sources, was 39-years firefighter and was a fan of Texas Ranger. In the second inning after Oakland's Conor Jackson hit a foul ball that ricocheted into left field, Hamilton tossed the ball into the stands.

39-years firefighter Shannon Stone was from Brownwood, Texas. Josh Hamilton devasted on Thursday night when a fan named Shannon Stone attending a Texas Rangers game with his young son died after falling out of the left-field stands while trying to catch a ball thrown to him by Josh Hamilton, Associated Press reports.

The ball was thrown to firefighter Shannon Stone by Hamilton after the fan called out to the baseball player, reports Sports Illustrated. Stone, who was there with his young son, fell over the railing in his attempt to catch it. According to the sources, the Shannon Stonefell from about 20 feet to the ground.

According to a book called “Death at the Ballpark: A Comprehensive Study of Game-Related Fatalities, 1862-2007," on May 16, 1970, Alan Fish, only 14 years old, was killed at Dodger Stadium when Manny Mota slammed a foul ball along the first-base line off the Giants’ Gaylord Perry.

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