MLB Stadium Safety Emergency… Crowds burst into the shooting and rushed at the players

Recently, a shooting occurred at a baseball field where a Major League Baseball (MLB) game was held, and a spectator broke into the ground and approached the player during the game. (MLBPA) requested measures for the safety of players.스포츠토토

Outfielder Ronald Acuña Jr., superstar of the Atlanta Braves, was frightened by fans who suddenly burst into the stadium in the 7th inning while playing an away game against the Colorado Rockies at Coors Field in Denver, Colorado, USA on the 29th (Korean time).

A fan approached Acuna Jr. with open arms, and security guards rushed in to prevent the two from making contact. In the meantime, another fan also approached Acuña Jr., and as several of them got tangled up, Acuña Jr. collapsed in the outfield.

The two men were arrested by Denver police on charges of trespassing and disrupting a match.

MLB officials were horrified by the sudden approach of a spectator who might have a weapon on a defenseless player.

Police officers with firearms are always on standby at the MLB team dugout, and security guards are guarding their seats throughout the stands, but the Acuna Junior incident has become a clear example of how sloppy MLB is protecting players.

Acuña Jr. said, “At first I was a little afraid” and “I thought the fan wanted to take a picture with me.”

On the 25th, a shooting occurred during a game between the Chicago White Sox and the Oakland Athletics at Guaranteed Rate Field in Chicago, Illinois, injuring two people.

Chicago police are currently investigating, and questions are growing as to how firearms were brought into stadiums since they mandated metal detector security screenings for spectators at all 30 big league ballparks in 2015 before regular season openers, ESPN said.

As threats to the safety of players at the stadium have become frequent, the MLBPA said, “We take the safety of our players seriously, and we will review the security policies of each club and stadium to reduce the possibility of similar incidents in the future.”

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