Nos. 73, 600 still remain in court battle

September 6, 2002
SAN FRANCISCO -- The two most important home run balls Barry Bonds has hit -- No. 73 of last year and No. 600 of his career -- continued their trip through the court system Thursday in separate lawsuits.

In Fairfield, 40 miles northeast of where Bonds plays for the San Francisco Giants, a judge agreed Thursday to put the 600th home run ball under lock and key. It now sits in a safe in the Solano County sheriff's department, alongside evidence in the unsolved case of the 1960s serial ...

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