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The fan who is now in possession of the ball that Barry Bonds hit for his 700th home run is now being sued by another fan who says the ball is rightfully his.
It's not the first time fans headed to court over the fate of a Bonds homer. In October, 2001, Bonds' record-setting 73rd homer of the season sparked litigation that ended when a judge ordered both men to split the $450,000 the ball fetched,
When is our judicial system going to learn that what the American public really wants is not this diplomacy bullshit, but a full-on, to-the-death cage match. Against Barry Bonds.
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