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    2006 Derek Jeter Game Used & Signed Bat, PSA/DNA GU 10. It's the highest evolution of the Jeter gamer, sourced through Steiner Sports (the official game used marketing firm of the New York Yankees), autographed by the Captain, and notated with the eye-popping stats of one of his greatest campaigns. Like the man himself, this is a specimen that has it all, with a heaping helping of use from a season that saw the 2020 Hall of Fame inductee narrowly edged by Justin Morneau for the American League MVP. Multiple ball marks are evident, checking of the grain of the barrel, and pine tar on the uncracked handle. Jeter's silver sharpie autograph is bold, as is his notation below: "2006 Game Used, .343 BA, 14 HR, 97 RBI." Length of the signature model Louisville Slugger P72 is thirty-four inches (34"), weight thirty-one ounces (30.7 oz.). COA from Steiner Sports. Pre-Certified by PSA/DNA (autograph). LOA from PSA/DNA, GU 10 (bat).

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