Bonds Homer No. 762: The Ball Is Still In Play

The home-run leader’s blast on Sept. 5 was his last of the baseball season and quite possibly of his career. The value of the ball, if it is the record-setter, has been put at about $1 million. On a damp evening in September at Denver’s Coors Field, Barry Bonds, Major League Baseball’s career home run leader, hit No. 762 into the seats in left-center field. If he never hits another, that ball could be worth $1 million, according to memorabilia experts. Once it turns up. Click here for full article.

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