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Topic - David Rose
Stadium operations officials from the 30 big league baseball teams will meet this week and are expected to discuss whether to make any security changes in the wake of the Boston Marathon bombings.
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Rose said he hoped the permissible backpack size at stadiums wouldn't be reduced.
"I've never had anything like that going to a major league game," he said. "They went through everything, they even looked at my wallet. It was like going through security screening at an airport. But after what happened in Boston and the train threat in Canada, people are jittery."