Justin Kimball maintains he was robbed of Ken Griffey Jr.'s 600th home run ball..and he's a little miffed at comments made by the Marlins' top boss.
Miami resident Justin Kimball says he's not interested in money. If a court wound find him to be the true owner of the 600th home run ball hit by Ken Griffey Jr. he would turn it over to the future Hall of Famer.
But he doesn't have it.
Kimball insists, despite public statements by the Florida Marlins, that the ball wasn't caught on the fly by the fan called "Joe" who wound up with it. He has a lawyer and apparently some witnesses who agree with him.
Kimball says Marlins' team president David Sampson is off base when he calls the aspiring musician 'dishonest' for making his own claim.
And there's a new twist to the whole saga that involves another home run ball.