Major League Baseball is close to new recommendations for safety netting at its stadiums for the 2016 season.
Commissioner Rob Manfred said Thursday that it "absolutely clear" there will be changes. He said there was more work to be done, and that he wasn't prepared to go into details.
"In addition to a recommendation on the physical location of nets, there will be a broad fan education component to the program," Manfred said after owners wrapped up their quarterly meeting.
There were several instances of fans injured by foul balls at MLB games this year. The commissioner said fan safety is paramount.
Manfred said the 30 clubs encouraged MLB...