Big League Bats
Cracked LVS B349 from the Yankees first WS season of their dynasty. #12 on both ends. Perfect Boggs characteristics with heavy use. Handle has been shaved, which Wade confirmed he would do when the tar built up too much on the lower handle. Signed and inscribed " '96 Go Yanks!"
Uncracked Sam Bat shows outstanding use. This bat was gifted to Andruw Jones, graded GU10.
Used to hit a home run vs Curt Schilling at Fenway, HR #19 on the season. Trinity bat with excellent use, handle crack, #27 on knob.
This black LVS C271 was used by Griffey during the 1995 season when Jr. swatted home run #12 of the season, a two run shot in the bottom of the 9th in a losing effort to the Twins. The bat shows excellent use with ball and ink transfers. The bat has Griffey's trademark criss-cross tape job and has slight handle crack. Graded a PSA GU 9.
Rawlings All-Star bat with heavy use including red ink marks. "Gwynn 19" written on the knob. Cracked with a taped/padded handle.
1999 "Swinging Friar" LVS B267 uncracked and excellent use with a taped handle used for career hit #2976. PSA/DNA GU 10
Game issued Hoffman Louisville, purchased directly from the Padres team store. Trevor only had a handful of at bats during his HOF career.
Outstanding use, Reggie's trademark shaved handle, #44 in gold marker on both ends, signed with the inscription "June 30th, 1985". Cracked
This LVS P72 was used by Jeter during the 2010 season and used on 6/05/10 to hit career home run #230 vs Toronto. Heavy use with multiple photo matches.
Used for career hits #2,919-2,926
Rawlings used for home runs #46-49 during historic home run chase in 1998, including game winning home run at Wrigley Field. Tremendous use, tar and numerous photo matches.
1992 Cooper with outstanding use, handle crack and player #4 on the knob along with a small #8. Molitor would number his favorite pieces of lumber in the order he would use them in the games. This bat is photo matched to a home game in 1992 when Paul broke the bat. A handful of his career 3,319 hits were recorded with this bat.
This rose colored LVS M275L was used by Eddie to hit career home run #499 on 8-30-96 vs Seattle and Sterling Hitchcock. Eddie set aside a handful of home run bats leading to #500. Murray was traded from Cleveland to Baltimore in July of 96. Eddie continued swinging Indians bats for a month or so after the trade. He switched to a Baltimore bat for homer #500. This uncracked bat was sourced direct from Murray and his personal collection.
Used on FAther's Day to hit home run #426 off the Royals' Chris Young. Nice use and tar, uncracked. MLB Certified.
Pujols Foundation LOA
'97 Rawlings with excellent use, photo matched to a series in St. Louis. Cracked handle, pine tar. "Preferred bat" red dot on both ends of the bat along with #23 and "m".
Excellent use with a slight barrel crack, pine tar, #20 on the knob. Schmidt would mark an "X" on the knob of his gamers from this era. The left barrel has been sanded down to clean the barrel and see where he was making contact i.e. Pete Rose.
Tremendous Sosa gamer with heavy use, heavy tar, repaired cracked handle. Large taped knob. This bat is photo matched to the final games of the '02 season as well as the opening day of '03.
Used for career hits #2,636-2,641. Broken on base hit on 5/25/13 vs. Matt Moore. MLB certified and Ichiro letter. Multiple photo matches.
Frank Thomas two-toned Worth shows moderate use with ball and seam marks on the left barrel. There is a slight handle crack which has been nicely repaired. There is a nice coat of pine tar and tape on the lower handle. Frank’s #35 is written boldly on the knob in typical Thomas fashion. An overall nice example of Frank’s weapon of choice while he was busy winning back-to-back MVP’s during the mid ’90′s.
The Big Hurt used this Hoosier bat on June 24, 2007 to inch one home run closer to history when he launched career home run #499. Uncracked Hoosier shows excellent use with his #35 on the knob.
Black Rawlings shows 491B shows moderate use with ball and seam marks on the barrel. Thome's typical padding and tape job are on the lower handle. #25 and model number are written on both ends of the bat. Jim's bold signature sits on the sweet spot of the barrel. Overall, nice bat obtained directly from Thome.
2015 Old Hickory, uncracked with excellent use. Taped handle and pine tar. Photo matched to a home series vs the Oakland A's 6/12/15-6/14/15. Trout recorded four hits including career HR #116, #18 on the season. Autographed.
1987 Rawlings All-Star bat. Bat shows great use as Winfield had five at bats, going 1-4 with a double and a walk. Winfield cracked the bat during his final at bat, a ground out against Lee Smith in the 11th inning. Red ink transfers on the barrel from AS balls. Multiple video matches available from the game footage.