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1994 Michael Jordan Game-Used Baseball Bat With Full PSA/DNA

Lot Number 693

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While sports writers and fans give various reasons for Michael Jordan’s first “retirement” from the NBA, the one undeniable truth is that he simply could not stay out of the spotlight. Albeit in less-than glamorous venues in a different sporting arena, Jordan embarked on a “new” career as he brandished this baseball bat with the 1994 Class AA Birmingham Barons. The “Wilson” (33-oz/35”) “WC209” block-letter weapon features a black finish and shows outstanding game use with ball and stitch marks about the barrel, as well as transposed ball stampings, a crack on the hitting surface and grain separation. A 3-1/4” layer of athletic tape lines the lower handle and “45” is inscribed on the flare knob. Despite his paltry .202 batting average, Jordan was, naturally, the main attraction of that year’s Southern League campaign. Full photo LOA from PSA/DNA.

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