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    c. 1983-86 Tom Herr St. Louis Cardinals Signed Game Used Bat.
    An All-Star and MVP vote-getter in the '85 season that saw his Cardinals fall in the World Series to the Dodgers, Tom Herr still ranks as the last National League player to drive in over 100 runs in a season while hitting less than ten home runs. Though clearly not known for his power, Herr's walk-off grand slam on April 18, 1987 that resulted in Cardinals fans tossing their stadium give-away seat cushions onto the Busch stadium turf - a moment many St. Louis fans have etched into their memories.

    Offered is a Rawlings Adirondack P302 Big Stick Tom Herr Personal Model game used bat. The 33.5" lumber shows heavy usage with multiple ball marks, some tar staining, and solid taping throughout the handle. The handle is cracked just above the tape. Herr's number "28" appears in black marker on both the knob and endcap. Blue sharpie signature just below the model stamping. Labeling dates the bat to between 1983 and 1986. Pre-certified by PSA/DNA. by PSA/DNA.

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    May, 2018
    27th Sunday
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