What's wrong with the picture posted above? Give up?

Well, there used to be a special plaque hanging on the brick wall in the picture. That plaque was put up to honor the 756th home run of Barry Bonds' storied career—the home run that helped him break Hank Aaron's all-time MLB home run record. But, late last week, that plaque was stolen from the brick wall that stands in right-center field in AT&T Park. And it seems as though no one knows where it went.

No worries though. The Giants have plans to replace the plaque. In fact, they're already on the job.

"We are in the process of making a new one to replace it," a Giants spokeswoman told the San Francisco Chronicle.

In the meantime, someone out there has a crazy new decoration for their man cave.

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[via SF Chronicle]