After Acuña fan incident, MLBPA is reviewing safety measures: What policies are in place?

After Acuña fan incident, MLBPA is reviewing safety measures: What policies are in place?

The Major League Baseball Players Association on Tuesday said it intends to review team and stadium safety measures in response to a pair of security incidents in a four-day span. Two women suffered gunshot wounds at the White Sox’s Guaranteed Rate Field on Friday night, and a pair of fans ran toward Ronald Acuña Jr. at Coors Field on Monday night. Acuña was knocked down but unharmed. 
“The Players Association takes player safety very seriously,” the MLBPA said in a statement Tuesday. “Following security incidents, including those on field, our director of security is in immediate…


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