Woman struck by flying hot dog at Phillies game gets black eye


And it just hit me like that and I didn't even realize it.

"When I tell my brothers, they started laughing", she said to NBC10.

Kathy McVay told the Associated Press she was sitting near home plate when a hot dog wrapped in duct tape struck her in the face. Her facial injury requires ice every 20 minutes.

The Phillies reached out to apologize to McVay on Tuesday and offered her tickets to another game once she heals, assuming she would like to return to Citizens Bank Park.

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McVay also told the television station that she's a big fan of the team and doesn't plan legal action. "And mostly, it's going to get worse before it gets better". We're told the Phanatic feels awful about what happened.

A woman has made a trip to the emergency room after being hit by a hotdog shot out of a cannon by large green bird at a baseball game. "It's going to go down the side of my face".

McVay claims she has no intentions of suing the Phillies but she did caution other fans to "be aware" of flying objects while at the ballpark. However, he lost two jury trials after having been judged to be at least partly responsible for not paying attention to what was happening on the field. "This has nothing to do with that".

McVay has a message for fans at future games so they avoid meeting a similar fate. "It gives people a good laugh, and if that makes somebody chuckle, then that's fine", McVay said.