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NEW YORK -- It took two weeks, rounds of negotiations and a directive from the Yankees' owner's box, but Alex Rodriguez will have possession of the ball from his 3,000th hit. The Yankees will hold a special news conference Friday afternoon in which Zack Hample, the fan and persistent foul-ball catcher, will present Rodriguez with the ball at Yankee Stadium. It was two weeks ago that A-Rod sent his 3,000th hit into the right-field seats, where it bounced around before landing at Hample's feet. The Yankees, in a news release, said they will donate $150,000 to Pitch In For Baseball, a charity Hample supports that helps underserved communities afford to play the game. Hample will also receive some memorabilia, tickets and other perks from the Yankees. Hample claims to have "snagged" 8,000 baseballs -- foul balls, home run balls from batting practice and those tossed to him by players -- in his life and has written a...