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ESPN: Foul Ball Caused Death Of Dodgers Fan

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ESPN: Foul Ball Caused Death Of Dodgers Fan

ESPN: Foul Ball Caused Death Of Dodgers Fan

ESPN is reporting tonight that a Dodgers fan died during a game last summer.

Her death reported publicly for the first time tonight.

Linda Goldbloom was hit in the head with a foul ball on Aug.

25.

We're told she died four days later.

ESPN confirms the coroner stated the cause of death as blunt force trauma.

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