Game stopped because of falling fan
ARLINGTON, Texas -- The Rangers-Indians game was stopped for 16 minutes as a fan fell from either the club concourse level and onto the lower deck as Nelson Cruz hit a foul ball that direction.
The players all stopped and there was a hushed silence at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington. Medics attended to the fan, believed to be a middle aged, white male, and took him out of the stadium area.
The teams cleared the field and watched the area where the medics are working. The game has now resumed. We'll update you as soon as we know something more. We just hope everyone is OK.
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