1951-55 Ted Williams Game Used Bat, PSA/DNA GU 8.5....
Considering the fact that Williams played just six games in 1952 before heeding Uncle Sam's call to Korean War service, the bat's term of action could be all but definitively attributed to the single full BoSox season that he and Taylor shared during the bat's range of production. That 1951 campaign saw the iconic slugger lead all American Leaguers in slugging and total bases, his 129 RBI's second only to the dangerous Gus Zernial. His thirty home runs in 1951 would include the 300th of his career.
A penciled notation on the knob records the thirty-four ounce weight of this important lumber, but the appeal is truly immeasurable. It's a marvelous representation of one of the most essential game used bats in the hobby. LOA from PSA/DNA, GU 8.5. Letter of provenance from son of Harry Taylor.
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