On September 8, 1998, when Mark McGwire hit his 62nd home run of the year, a Busch Stadium grounds keeper, Tim Forneris, retrieved the ball. Before the big event, a collector had offered $1,000,000 for the home run ball. Immediately after the game, Forneris gave the ball to McGwire. Mr. Forneris' new possession raised some interesting tax issues. Do you believe Forneris has taxable income upon the retrieval of the ball (all-inclusive concept, found treasure)? Did he have a completed gift when he returned the ball to McGwire? describe your responses.