The Texas Rangers honored the memory of a fan who fell to his death last year, unveiling a life-size statue of the man and his son.
Shannon Stone was killed when he fell over a railing during a game in July 2011 while attempting to catch a ball thrown to him by Rangers left fielder Josh Hamilton.
Stone's 7-year-old son, Cooper, and his widow, Jenny, attended Thursday's unveiling.
Cooper was at the game when his father tumbled 20 feet to the ground below and watched as his father was treated by emergency personnel.
The statue depicts Stone and his son holding hands and wearing baseball caps.
“Today is a celebration of spirit, family and love of the game,” Rangers president Nolan Ryan said. “This bronze represents so many things that are good about baseball - competition, happiness, memories - and I think Shannon embodied what we as an organization hope for in our fans.”