Another baseball is being held ransom, but this time for Samsung products

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Earlier this month, the Cleveland Indians bullpen held a home run ball ransom over iPhone, iPads, MacBooks, and Apple Watches. Apple, during WWDC, agreed to fulfill the ransom requests and give the bullpen everything they asked for. Now, Trevor Bauer, a pitcher also for the Cleveland Indians, is holding a first hit ball ransom….for Samsung products.

Ironically, Trevor Bauer tweeted his ransom note from an iPhone, but maybe he’s not happy with it. Your move, Samsung. (Even though this is likely a Samsung PR stunt to begin with)

https://twitter.com/BauerOutage/status/610232346885799936/photo/1

Comments

  1. xprmntr - 8 years ago

    Wow, the copying won’t stop

  2. surfingarbo - 8 years ago

    Wow, the copying won’t stop

  3. Wow, the copying won’t stop

  4. mytawalbeh - 8 years ago

    Wow, the copying won’t stop !!

  5. Wilfried Kaiser - 8 years ago

    Wow, the copying won’t stop

  6. 1sugomac - 8 years ago

    Wow, the copying won’t stop

  7. Wow, the copying won’t stop

  8. Wow, the copying won’t stop

  9. AeronPeryton - 8 years ago

    Stop, copying the won’t wow

  10. suchkunt - 8 years ago

    pathetic and embarrassing.

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