Everyone enjoys going to a baseball game -- it's one of America's past times. Hot dogs, peanuts, and cracker Jacks ... But what about the guy that was in Chicago; the Cubs were playing someone when a ball was hit deep into center field ... Before I go on, for those that don't know, this was the deciding game to determine if the Cubs would finally go into the World Series/Pennant after years and years of disappointment. Anyway, the ball is in the air and the outfielder is in hot pursuit. The outfielder leaps high up Over the homerun wall, only to have the ball scooped up out of his glove by the glove of a fan sitting in that section of Center field. The outfielder could do absoultely nothing! The ball was ruled a Homerun, and the Cubs ultimately lost the game and did not proceed to the next level. Your thoughts ... WHile this was a mjor story for a while, it's happened Before. Perhaps In lesser important games, could have been foul balls that if caught could have ended the inning; if not the game, yada yada, yada! I'd like to see the MLB Assn. establish a contract to have a net placed/constructed that would disallow fans sitting only in the first few seats, from possibly catching, stealing a catch from a player that is attempting to my a play on the ball (something similar to the net/caGe behind home plate.