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Deciding the Fate of Bond's Record-Breaking Ball

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Deciding the Fate of Bond's Record-Breaking Ball

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Deciding the Fate of Bond's Record-Breaking Ball

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Fashion designer and entrepreneur Marc Ecko bought the historical ball that marked Barry Bonds' 756th home run, and he's letting the public decide what to do with it.

On his Website, you can actually vote to send the ball to the Hall of Fame, brand it with an asterisk or blast it into outerspace.