Indians Bullpen Takes Brandon Moss 100th Home Run Ball For Ransom
Last night, Cleveland Indians outfielder Brandon Moss hit the 100th home run of his career during a 2-1 road victory against the Kansas City Royals. Being such a significant milestone in the 31-year-old’s career, you’d think Moss would want to keep that ball as a memento. And he does! Only problem is he’s going to have to pay a hefty price in order to do so.
Why? Because it landed in the Indians bullpen, and they’ve taken the Brandon Moss 100th home run ball for ransom. Here’s a list of their demands:
— Cleveland Indians (@Indians) June 3, 2015
That’s a pretty hefty price for a 100th home run ball. If I were Moss, I’d just save that bat this time and hope that my 200th career home run lands in the glove of a fan who’ll be happy to exchange it for a signed bat and two tickets to another game.