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    2000 Barry Bonds Game Used Bat, PSA/DNA GU 10. Jeff Kent would narrowly edge out Bonds for National League MVP in 2000, but the future Home Run King would run the table for the next four years to come. He'd launch 49 home runs the season this personal model Sam Bat Rideau Crusher saw action despite leading the league with 117 bases on balls, and the deep stitch marks on the barrel of this "pounded" gamer help to validate the fear he struck into opposing pitchers. This war club earns every point of its perfect assessment, with ball marks, cleat divots, a weighted donut impression, and pine tar-stained grip tape on a miraculously uncracked handle. Handwritten notations at cupped barrel end record the specs: "34", 32 OZ, 04/07/00, B1 BB." Silver sharpie signature on barrel failed authentication. LOA from PSA/DNA, GU 10.

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    21st-22nd Saturday-Sunday
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