"I think it just came so fast". She is black and blue and very sore.
The Phillie Phanatic reportedly feels "terrible" about what happened, and with good reason.
And while she understands that her injury is rather unusual and comical, McVay still had advice to give to other fans in the stands.
She was cleared, but sustained a small hematoma in her eye, an injury which needs to be iced every 20 minutes. "And mostly, it's going to get worse before it gets better", McVay said.
The Phanatic mascot launched the hot dog into the stands in between innings. "It's going to go down the side of my face".
The Phillies apologized to McVay on Tuesday and the team has offered her tickets to any game.
Despite the situation, McVay has had a good attitude about the series of unfortunate events, and does not plan to take legal action against the franchise.
The baseball team's mascot, the Phillie Phanatic, was shooting frankfurters into the crowd from his hot dog cannon during Monday's MLB game against the St. Louis Cardinals.
"Just to be aware, because you never know", McVay told ABC 6.
Who knew a hot dog could be so risky??
McVay said she went to a hospital and underwent a CAT scan to make sure that she didn't suffer a concussion.
After her ordeal, does she have some words of caution for her fellow baseball fans?
The organization also said no one has been injured by the hot dog cannon in the past.