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Barry Bonds 756th Home Run Championship Plaque Missing

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The plaque that honors Barry Bonds’ 756th home run has gone missing from AT&T Park in San Francisco.

Bonds’ plaque was mounted on the brick wall in center field, just beyond the home run fence, and now, all that’s left are remnants of glue from where the plaque was once mounted.

“We are in the process of replacing it. We’re not sure what happened. We’re reviewing video, but haven’t found anything yet,” Giants spokeswoman Staci Slaughter explained in a statement.

Bonds’ 756th home run in 2007 broke Hank Aaron’s all-time record.

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Cops Shoot T-Boz’s Cousin 17-20 Times –Read The Emotional Plea To Her Thousands Of Followers!

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The cousin of Tionne “T-Boz” Watkins was shot 17-20 times by police and the singer is begging her 430k followers for prayers and facts.

The TLC singer took to Twitter to share the heartbreaking news, writing: “My Is Broken! U Think The Tragedies That Happen Across The World Wouldn’t Happen2 U At Least U Hope They Won’t! But To Us It Did.”

The 47-year-old went on to describe exactly what happened between law enforcement and her family member during the tragic shooting. “The cops shot my cousin 17-20 times KNOWING he was mentally ill Their Stories R diff EVERYTIME Making him out 2 be something he’s NOT,” she wrote.

“Pray for My Family and please ask for TRUE FACTS AND JUSTICE,” she begged of her fans. “This Country is Tainted PERIOD.”

Watkins concluded by suggesting it “Be MANDATORY THAT EVERY COP WEARS A BODY CAM That Way No He Said She Said Bull & LIES CAN HAPPEN.”

Stories about law enforcement taking down mentally ill people have become too common. In July, an officer in Brooklyn fatally fired five shots at Dwayne Jeune, a 32 man with a history mental illness.

Our thoughts are with T-Boz and her family.

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