When Andrew Morbitzer went on a beer run to get his wife another beer and some peanuts at San Francisco’s AT&T Park on Sunday, he had no idea the lucky day he was about to have. As he waited in line, he heard the crowd roar and was sure he had missed Barry Bonds’ historic 715th home run putting him ahead of Babe Ruth and #2 on the all-time home run list behind Hank Aaron. But two fans above him missed catching the ball in the melee and it careened down the causeway and into the concession area behind the center field bleachers where Andrew was in line. He snagged the ball and was immediately surrounded by police and whisked away for safety. The ball could reportedly be worth as much as $100,000. Sadly, the reports did not include what kind of beer his wife wanted.
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