Brandished by prominent 1980s-1990s Major League stars, these (6) white ash weapons include game-used or game-ready models. All are uncracked and showcase proper center brands/barrel stampings. Includes: Will Clark (1991); Pedro Guererro (1986-1989); Kevin Mitchell (1991); Eddie Murray (1986-1989); Tim Raines (1990s); Rick Reuschel (1987-1989; likely used by Kevin Mitchell). More on our website.
Will Clark 1991 Rawlings-Adirondack (32.6-oz/34-1/2) 460B block-letter (full name) model showing light use with ball and stitch marks on the barrel, light pine-tar residue and scoring about the handle and a black marker notation of 22 on the knob.
Pedro Guererro 1986-1989 Louisville Slugger (32.5-oz/36) W248 signature model bat with a brown finish and gold-colored stampings. Minimal use is evident with bat-rack and surface marks, as well as silver marker notations of 28 on the knob and barrel end.
Kevin Mitchell 1991 Rawlings-Adirondack (32.6-oz/35-1/2) KM07 block-letter (K. Mitchell) model showing minimal use (likely batting practice) with bat-rack and surface marks. Additionally, there are ballpoint notations of 35-1/2 Mitchell on the knob.
Eddie Murray 1986-1989 Louisville Slugger (34.2-oz/35-1/2) M272 signature model; game-ready weapon shows no use with bat-rack marks and black marker notations of 33 on the knob and barrel end.
Tim Raines 1990s Cooper (31.7-oz/33-1/2) TR4 signature model two-toned bat with a black barrel, tan handle and cupped end. Heavy use is evident with ball and surface marks throughout, heavy pine-tar residue about the handle and a black marker notation of 30 on the knob.
Rick Reuschel 1987-1989 Louisville Slugger (33.9-oz/35) K55 block-letter (last name only) model showing moderate to heavy use with ball, bat-rack and stitch marks throughout, as well as transposed ONL ball stampings and pine tar residue about the handle. Note: a black marker notation of 7 on the knob (and an accompanying Mizuno wristband with an embroidered 7) suggest that this bat was to teammate Kevin Mitchells liking and used by the former slugger, as well.