Mediator sought in Bonds 73rd homer ball dispute
SAN FRANCISCO -- Lawyers for two men embroiled in a dispute over ownership of Barry Bonds' record-setting 73rd home run ball said they'll seek the assistance of a retired judge to mediate the case.
But in heated rhetoric outside Judge Ronald Quidachay's courtroom, Alex Popov and Patrick Hayashi appeared no closer to making an agreement as accusations of greed and jealousy flew across the hall.
"I'd just like this piece of baseball history returned to me.
That's the most important thing," ...
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