Marc Ecko has made a lot of money in a short period of time. So why spend it on Barry Bonds’ 756th home run ball?
The last man standing at the end of the bidding for the ball some people love to hate says he couldn’t avoid the debate over what Bonds record was all about. He knew he had the bank account to own it. He also knew it might be a good way to find out what the public really thinks.
He told MTV News he’s having a blast. Even if the end result is that the ball blasts into space.