Record home run ball could bring in up to $1 million in online auction
DENVER -- After snaring the baseball Barry Bonds hit for career homer No. 762, Jameson Sutton stored it in the safest place he could think of -- deep inside his closet.
"I didn't tell anyone," he said.
The 24-year-old from Boulder quickly moved the baseball into a safety deposit box after the season was finished, realizing its potential worth. And with Bonds still looking for a place to play this season, Sutton decided to come forward with the ball.
Sutton has hired SCP Auctions ...
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