Send it to Steiner. If you're willing to spend $500 dollars you might as well.
Yeah I was going to reply back but lost my internet.... Bad joke went bad lol
anyways I sent you a email with a possible way of finding the footage...
Try someone who works with the yes network, they will have it for sure.
Theres a lot of footage on YouTube
Hi Thumper, thanks for the reply.
No problem about the joke. =)
Looked a lot on youtube, but most footages end at Ichiro's hit;
they do not show the next at-bat.
Yes, I also think that YES has the footage I need, but I cannot find any way of contacting them on their website.
I will try to contact YES or Steiner, as what you guys have suggested.
Thank you very much for everyone's time and help!
Hi to everyone! I have emailed Steiner and YES, but no replies from them yet... Can anyone help? Thank you very much for your time.
Dude. Obviously no one can. How many times you going to bump this?
Why does it matter? It has no significant value. It only matters to you. No one else. You know what it is, you dont need to prove it to yourself, right?
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Actually a friend of mine had the real ball of Ichiros first hit and the footage of him getting it. You have a foul ball from the bat boy. He was going to auction it off but his kids use it to play catch with their friends. Last I heard they lost it in a pond. What a waste. Itwas only a ball, who cares?
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If it was his first career hit, it would be worth something. But first hit as a Yankee would probably mean extremely little to nothing at all to other collectors. He's past his prime and the hit had no game significance.
I'd be willing to buy the ball for $250. Interested?
Why does this thread keep getting bumped.