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    Sad, sad story: Pregnant woman dies at Fenway

    Wow. My heart goes out to this guy.

    please watch:

    http://www.cnn.com/video/partners/rs...dies.wnyt.wnyt

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    Re: Sad, sad story: Pregnant woman dies at Fenway

    My coworkers and i were just talking today how hot it was in the northeast and how could they play baseball during the day in the heat and how could it not affect justthe players , but the fans.. wow and to watch that my heart went out to that guy.. i am saying a prayer for him as i am sure many many people are around the country , as well as Boston are....

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    Re: Sad, sad story: Pregnant woman dies at Fenway

    Some putz actually took his baby to the ballpark last night. They showed it on FSN. This wasn't a young kid, it was a baby. In a diaper and nothing else (Very classy, but that's a different point).

    I couldn't tell but his seats looked very close to field level which had to have game time temps in the very high 90F range, perhaps over 100F. The humidity was horrible.

    I'm not one of these people who thinks we should live in a bubble or wear helmets everywhere, but taking a baby to a ballgame (which I don't understand whatever the temp) on a VERY hot, humidy, poor air quality day doesn't strike me as very wise.

    I can't watch the vid above as the hotel internet connection is horrible, but it sounds very heart breaking.
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    Re: Sad, sad story: Pregnant woman dies at Fenway

    There really needs to be a reduced price on water during heat warnings. It would never happen (for economic reasons alone), but in the interest of safety, it would be nice to see an organization step up and make it easier for fans to keep hydrated. $4.00 bottled water does not promote proper hydration.
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    Re: Sad, sad story: Pregnant woman dies at Fenway

    Quote Originally Posted by paintmered
    There really needs to be a reduced price on water during heat warnings. It would never happen (for economic reasons alone), but in the interest of safety, it would be nice to see an organization step up and make it easier for fans to keep hydrated. $4.00 bottled water does not promote proper hydration.
    $4.00 water doesnt promote anything except for greed.

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    Re: Sad, sad story: Pregnant woman dies at Fenway

    Quote Originally Posted by paintmered
    There really needs to be a reduced price on water during heat warnings. It would never happen (for economic reasons alone), but in the interest of safety, it would be nice to see an organization step up and make it easier for fans to keep hydrated. $4.00 bottled water does not promote proper hydration.
    Last year, the ballpark has free water stations when the temperature is in the 90's. They're small cups, but you can get as many as you want.

    I don't know if they're doing it this year.
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    Re: Sad, sad story: Pregnant woman dies at Fenway

    Heartbreaking
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    Re: Sad, sad story: Pregnant woman dies at Fenway

    Quote Originally Posted by KronoRed
    Heartbreaking
    I agree with that feeling Kronored. That is a very tragic story.

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    Re: Sad, sad story: Pregnant woman dies at Fenway

    you can bring in unopened bottles too...coolers and all
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    Re: Sad, sad story: Pregnant woman dies at Fenway

    Quote Originally Posted by penantboundreds
    you can bring in unopened bottles too...coolers and all
    From the Reds website:

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    Re: Sad, sad story: Pregnant woman dies at Fenway

    bad day to go baseball game

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    Re: Sad, sad story: Pregnant woman dies at Fenway

    I'm not sure if this is the forum for this discussion but for the mother to choose between her own life and the baby's. omg My prayers go out to the father and his son for the rest of their lives.

    could this guy ever go back to a ball game again???

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    Re: Sad, sad story: Pregnant woman dies at Fenway

    Quote Originally Posted by KalDanielsfan
    I'm not sure if this is the forum for this discussion but for the mother to choose between her own life and the baby's. omg My prayers go out to the father and his son for the rest of their lives.

    could this guy ever go back to a ball game again???
    Just how did the mother make this choice? Wasn't she unconscious?

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    Re: Sad, sad story: Pregnant woman dies at Fenway

    This is why they play night games. I wonder if the team had thought about moving the start time back to the the evening to let the temperature cool. Maybe MLB should look into recommeding that teams do that for day games where the temperature goes above a certain level. It's not like there are still ballparks without lights.
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    Re: Sad, sad story: Pregnant woman dies at Fenway

    Quote Originally Posted by Yachtzee
    This is why they play night games. I wonder if the team had thought about moving the start time back to the the evening to let the temperature cool. Maybe MLB should look into recommeding that teams do that for day games where the temperature goes above a certain level. It's not like there are still ballparks without lights.
    To be perfectly honest, playing a night game doesn't make much difference at this time of the year. I believe the gametime temp in Cincinnati tonight was 91 or 92... and humid as all get out, making the heat index even higher.
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