Cleveland Indians donate iPads to Boys and Girls Club of Cleveland
Relievers pay forward recent ransom note surrounding Brandon Moss’ 100th home run ball
Cleveland Indians outfielder Brandon Moss hit his 100th home run on June 2 in Kansas City. His teammates held it for ransom.
A week later, Tim Cook, Apple’s CEO, used the ball in the company’s Worldwide Developers Conference, and told the audience he’d pay off the ransom.
On Wednesday, the Tribe’s relievers got the ransom — but had one more surprise in store: The group purchased and donated a dozen iPads to the Boys and Girls Club of Cleveland; the iPads will be used in the club’s Learning Center.