Ecko sets up Web site, allowing public to vote on fate of 756 ball
SAN FRANCISCO -- The fate of Barry Bonds' record-breaking home-run ball is now in the public's hands after its buyer announced Monday he was taking votes on whether to give the ball to the Hall of Fame, brand it with an asterisk or blast it into space.
Fashion designer Marc Ecko revealed himself as Saturday's
winning bidder in the online auction for the ball that Bonds hit
last month to break Hank Aaron's all-time home-run record of 755.
The final selling price for No. 756 was ...
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