Apple's CEO Tim Cook offers to pay ransom for Brandon Moss' home run ball
Apple's CEO offers to pay ransom for Moss' HR ball
When Brandon Moss hit his 100th career Major League home run on Tuesday night, his teammates behaved just as any good friends would: No, they didn't congratulate him and give him a cake (what kind of friends do you have?), instead the pitchers in the bullpen grabbed the ball and wouldn't release it without receiving a hefty ransom.
It was a request that was largely stuffed with Apple products:
Fortunately for the Indians slugger, Apple CEO Tim Cook ignored every police procedural you've seen and negotiated with the hostage takers. At Monday's Worldwide Developer's Conference, Cook announced that he would pay for the safe return of the baseball.