Proceeds to be split between Popov, Hayashi

Originally Published: March 12, 2003
By Darren Rovell | ESPN.com

Alex Popov and Patrick Hayashi haven't agreed on much since the two claimed sole ownership of Barry Bonds' record-setting 73rd home run ball.

But on Wednesday -- more than 16 months after Popov momentarily gloved the ball and Hayashi emerged from the scrum with the valuable collectible  the two decided on a firm that would market the ball, whose proceeds would be equally split between the two.

On December 18, after a highly publicized trial that involved videotaped evidence of ...

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