Alex Suskind
Saturday July 19th, 2014

If you're going to spend the money to eat fresh fish or steak tartare during a baseball game, you have to be aware of the hazards, like a foul ball coming at you and shattering the fancy glass partition next to your table. Just ask the folks sitting in the club dining area during Friday's Mariners-Angels game in Anaheim.

During the fifth inning, Seattle's Brad Miller knocked one back toward the restaurant, breaking a large panel in the process (you can hear the fans in the cheap seats covered in peanut shells chuckling at the rich folks' brush with danger). Thankfully, no one was hurt.

[Deadspin]

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