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(7) Star Slugger Signed Gamed-Used Bats with Palmeiro, J. Gonzalez & Salmon

Lot Number 469

Quantity: Bid Starts: 07/21/2023 12:00:00 
Bid Open: 300.00  Bid Ends: 08/03/2023 22:00:00 
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Star sluggers shine their light on the auction scene, with this selection of (7) autographed game-used bats. All of these gamers have characteristics that are consistent with bats used by the attributed players, and all show extensive signs of authentic use, including contact marks, cleat impressions, bat rack streaks, and gripping agent residue. Located on the bat barrels, the autographs range ("7" to "9") in potency. Auction LOA from JSA.


Featured are:

Rafael Palmeiro Cooper Pro 100 Professional C271 signature model, with number 25 written on the knob, over 34", 32 OZ;

Juan Gonzalez Cooper Pro 100 Professional P72 signature model with black barrel, has 35", 32 OZ stamped on the knob;

Tim Salmon Rawlings Big Stick, has Salmon's name and Angels burned into the barrel in block letters, and the number 15 is written on the knob, over 288 RJ;

Matt Williams Worth Hand Crafted model has Williams' name in block letters on the front of the barrel, there are a couple of light cracks on the back of the barrel, his uniform number 9 is written on the knob, over MW 4-1/2 W254;

Mark Whiten Cooper Pro 100 Professional C243 signature model has tape on the handle, the number 23 and C243 are written in the cup on the end of the barrel, and the same designations are written on the knob, over 34", 32 OZ;

Chuck Knoblauch Louisville Slugger Genuine C243 model has a handle crack, Knoblauch's name and Minnesota Twins in block letters on the barrel, number 11 written inside the cup on the barrel end, and written on the knob are 11 and Knoblauch's name twice; 

Eric Karros Louisville Slugger Genuine D113 model has Karros' name and Los Angeles Dodgers on the barrel in block letters, the number 23 written on the end of the barrel, and also on the knob.



Huggins and Scott is allowing the winning bidder 45 days from the date when payment is received to have the item independently authenticated. Payment must, however, be made within two weeks from the end of the auction. Huggins and Scott is not responsible for any authentication fees or shipping charges incurred by the winning bidder but H&S will refund the hammer price and buyer's premium if the item does not pass authentication with a reputable third party company.


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