Arguably the best acquisition in Baltimore Orioles history, Hall of Famer Frank Robinson dispelled Cincinnati’s claim that he was “an old 30,” winning the Triple Crown while leading the “Birds” to a World Series title. The offered bat was issued to Robinson that fateful year and autographed by (33) members of that championship roster. The Hillerich & Bradsby (35.5-oz/35”) “O16” signature model weapon is uncracked and shows no use (though factory records indicate this bat was ordered on June 10, 1966). The black marker signatures average (“9”) quality with highlights including: Aparicio, Bauer, Blair, McNally, Palmer, Powell, B. Robinson and F. Robinson. Full photo LOA from John Taube, PSA/DNA (for bat authenticity) and full photo LOA from James Spence Authentications (for autographs). Complete listing on our website.
Aparicio, Barber, Bauer (manager), Bertaina, Blair, Blefary, Bowens, Brabender, Brecheen (coach), Bunker, Drabowsky, Epstein, Etchebarren, Fisher, Hall, Haney, Held, Hunter (coach), B. Johnson, D. Johnson, Lau, Lollar (coach), McNally, J. Miller, S. Miller, Palmer, Powell, B. Robinson, F. Robinson, Roznovsky, Snyder, Watt and Woodling (coach).