While Bonds’ charges may cost the slugger millions in fines and years of jail time, the CNBC columnist notes that the 762nd dinger could fetch the highest-ever price for horsehide - even more than the record-breaking #756.Rovell tells the lucky fan, “Congratlations. You are the now the holder of Barry Bonds’ final home run ball.”
The problem is no one knows who he or she is. The Colorado Rockies never identified the spectator who snagged #762 in Coors Field back on September 5th.
Rovell is hoping someone gets in touch with him about the whereabouts of the now-imfamous ball.
Meanwhile, Denver police are rounding up any suspicious-looking characters that were seen at the park at the time.