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(3) 2007-2009 Pittsburgh Pirates Game-Used Bats With Signed McCutchen

Lot Number 492

Quantity: Bid Starts: 03/26/2012 12:00:00 
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Description

These (3) game-used weapons were wielded by members of the Pittsburgh Pirates during the club’s recent youth movement. Includes: Andrew McCutchen 2007-2008 Louisville Slugger “MC67” (32.6-oz/34-1/8”) block-letter model (full PSA/DNA) signed in silver Sharpie (“9” strength); moderate use; Jose Tabata 2009 Louisville Slugger “S318” (31-4-oz/34”) block-letter model; heavy use; Neil Walker 2007-2009 Old Hickory “NW1” (30.2-oz/34”) block-letter model; moderate use. More on our website.

Andrew McCutchen 2007-2008 Louisville Slugger “MC67” (32.6-oz/34-1/8”) block-letter (full name) model signed in silver Sharpie (“9” strength) between the center brand and barrel stampings. The uncracked ash lumber features a glossy black “Smith” finish and silver-colored stampings. Moderate use is evident in the form of ball, stitch and cleat impressions throughout. Grain swelling that borders on checking (from repeated ball contact) is visible on the back barrel and there is a light coat of Mota stick on the handle. Full photo LOA from John Taube, PSA/DNA (for bat authenticity); Auction LOA from JSA (for autograph)

Jose Tabata 2009 Louisville Slugger “S318” (31-4-oz/34”) block-letter (full name) model with tan patina and pronounced black stampings. The uncracked weapon shows heavy use with ball, bat-rack and deeply embedded stitch marks, as well as very light pine-tar residue on the handle and a 4-1/2” layer of athletic tape on the knob/handle.

Neil Walker 2007-2009 Old Hickory “NW1” (30.2-oz/34”) block-letter (full name) model with a brown barrel, tan handle and cupped end. The uncracked item shows moderate use with ball and deeply embedded stitch marks about the hitting surface. The handle’s upper portion is home to a generous application of pine tar.

 
 
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