Just found it interesting that the ransom for this 100th HR ball was all products Oh, and a 50 gallon drum of lube Indians Bullpen Holds Teammate Brandon Moss' 100th Home Run Ball for Ransom "If Cleveland Indians outfielder Brandon Moss wants the baseball from his 100th career home run, it's going to cost him. Moss hit career home run No. 100 on Tuesday night in Kansas City. With two outs in the top of the fourth inning, the 31-year-old outfielder lined a 3-2 pitch from Kansas City Royals right-hander Jeremy Guthrie into the Indians bullpen in right field. When a fan catches a milestone home run, players/teams will offer the fan memorabilia, such as an autographed bat or ball, in hopes of an exchange. Moss probably thought he caught a break when his 100th career home run landed in his team's bullpen and not the stands. He'd be wrong if he thought that. The Indians bullpen is holding the baseball for ransom, providing Moss with a list of demands. That special baseball is going to wind up costing Moss some serious dough, because each reliever is asking for an Apple product."