Last week, Cleveland Indians right fielder Brandon Moss hit his 100th home run, and his teammates decided to play a joke on him. They took his 100th home run ball and refused to give it back until certain demands were met.

Apple CEO Tim Cook took note of the lighthearted gag, because most of the ransom demands were Apple products like iPhones, iPads, and Apple Watches. He displayed the ransom note onstage during his keynote speech at the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco and said that Apple will fufill all the demands needed to get Moss his home run ball back. "It's an Apple Store shopping list," Cook noted.

Ransom note Apple made Cleveland Indians' bullpen ransom note a little more family friendly at WWDC. Photo: Apple WWDC

In a heartwarming move, Apple will provide new computers for underprivileged Major League Baseball athletes. 

There's one ransom demand that Apple might not be filling, though. In the original ransom note, left handed pitcher Marc Rzepczynski didn't just want a new Apple Watch -- he also wanted a "50 gallon drum of lube." When Apple displayed the ransom note during its keynote, the lube reference was gone. 

So the question remains: Is Apple going to give "Zep" the lube he clearly requested? I've reached out to Apple for clarification and will update if it gets back to me.