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(6) Game-Used/Game-Ready Bats Including Eddie Murray

Lot Number 260

Quantity: Bid Starts: 03/16/2011 12:00:00 
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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 Mitchell’s liking and used by the former slugger, as well.

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