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(Studio: Aaron Brown) The documentary "Up for Grabs" about the dispute over a Barry Bonds home run ball featured; excerpts shown with narration from the director & interviews with "San Francisco Chronicle" sportswriter Gwen Knapp, the cameraman, the lawyers, the two gentlemen, Sal Durante, who caught the Roger Maris home run ball in 1961. ["Up for Grabs" Michael WRANOVICS- says it's a funny, but real satirical movie about Bonds's 73rd run in the 2001 season, the melee that followed, of people trying to get their 15 minutes of fame, of what it means about America society, the media circus around the ball & the auction.]
- Brown, Aaron
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