The balls are less than a mile from the park while they will arrive in the receiving part of the park
No! It's mine!
The balls go through inspection and are once again transported. However, this time they are transported to the umpire locker-room to then be used in the game
Fast, Curve, and Slide all get fouled out by Barry Bonds into the stands. They're dream of being free from traveling and boredom was over. They all soared in the air and got caught by fans. However, Split is the only one left. The pitcher throws Split right down the middle. Barry his Split and Split goes soaring into McCovey Cove
Here you go, buddy. Take good care of it
Split is in McCovey Cove and fans everywhere rush to get him to keep him. Little does split know, he was Barry Bonds 762nd home run. The last home run of his career and the ball that would hold the world record for most home runs in someone's MLB career. He would sell for thousands
Fast, Curve, and Slide all lived boring lives after that day. It was worst than the traveling they've been through. They are stuck in display cases and stare at other baseballs and prized possessions that don't talk like them. However, Split lives a great life. He is in a massive display case with other baseballs that were also hit by Barry Bonds. They all talk and interact when humans aren't present.
The life they all thought that would be awesome wasn't. The traveling was hard, the brief adrenaline of being hit and soaring in the air was fun, however, in the end, their whole life would be more boring than anything. They'd live forever and be passed through generations. From grandchildren to sons, to more display cases, they will live forever