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A Baseball Souvenir from the Heavens
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A Baseball Souvenir from the Heavens

A Baseball Souvenir from the Heavens

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It seemed that nobody would take home the baseball that Barry Bonds hit out of the park Sunday night. Bonds' 715th home run landed on a platform, and stayed there at first. Then the ball started rolling— creeping along, as if under its own power. Far below, Andrew Morbitzer was in line at a concession stand. He was waiting for beer and peanuts when the souvenir dropped into his hands.

STEVE INSKEEP, host:

Good Morning, I'm Steve Inskeep. It seemed that nobody would take home the baseball that Barry Bonds hit out of the park last night. Bonds' 715th home run landed on a platform, and stayed there at first. Then the ball started rolling - creeping along, as if under its own power. Almost as if it were... Aw, never mind. Far below, Andrew Morbitzer was in line at a concession stand. He was waiting for beer and peanuts when the souvenir dropped into his hands.

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