Hank Aaron sees hitters regaining superiority over pitchers this year and also envisions a World Series filled with Red Sox and Giants.
The California entrepreneur who submitted the winning bid on Barry Bonds' record-tying 755th home run ball said Tuesday that he also will let the public decide what to do with it.
Even if Barry Bonds is poised to break the home run record right there in Atlanta, Hank Aaron is not going.
Four of the top seven players on baseball's salary list play in the Bronx, led by Alex Rodriguez at a record $27.7 million, according to a survey of contract terms by The Associated Press.
A survey by the Associated Press shows potential Hall of Fame voters are in no mood to let Mark McGwire in, and Barry Bonds is no lock either.
San Francisco will host the 2007 All-Star game, an official with Major League Baseball told The Associated Press on Wednesday.