Unformatted text preview: ball in their direction. The defendant is a professional baseball player and can accurately throw in a given location. The defendant threw the ball towards the crowd without the intent to hit the plaintiff. The defendant was being bothered during his work by the plaintiffs. Conclusion : Yes, the defendant is liable for battery towards the plaintiff, because he is a professional baseball player, he can pinpoint where the ball lands. The ball flew and struck the plaintiff causing imminent harmful contact....
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- Spring '11
- Business Law, Complaint, Manning