“Samsung is suspected to have tried to use the same trick, as Loop Insight reports, only a few days after Apple’s big event,” Smith reports. “Trevor Bauer, a pitcher for the same Cleveland team, got a hold of another milestone ball — the first hit for rookie Francisco Lindor. He then sent out a tweet posting a ransom note filled with Samsung products. ‘Hey @Lindor12BC we have your ball. @indians Bullpen settled for @tim_cook Apple products but we want @samsungmobileus,’ he said… from an iPhone.”
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