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Originally posted by the Washington Post
Barry Bonds's 700th home run ball brought a top bid of $804,129 yesterday after a 10-day online auction.
The ball had received 240 offers by the time Overstock.com closed the bidding. The identity of the top bidder, nicknamed "bomasterj," was not immediately made public.
From the same article, McFarlane paid $3.2 million for McGwire's 70th HR and Bonds's 73rd went for $450,000.
bomasterj does not appear to be in the Yahoo! user directory, and does not appear in Google at all at this time. Yahoo! search returns three results, all relevant to this auction.
Who is bomasterj?
Willful ignorance of science is not commendable. Refusing to learn the difference between a credible source and a shill is criminally stupid.
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It should be before the postseason begins. Otherwise, players that happen to be on winning teams get another added advantage that people on losing teams don't have.
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