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    1934 Detroit Tigers Team Signed Billy Rogell Game Used Bat, PSA/DNA GU 9. They'd fall to the mighty Gashouse Gang in the World Series, but any team that could take the American League pennant from the Ruth/Gehrig-era Yankees is worthy of respect. A couple dozen of those fantastic felines assemble upon this gamer from shortstop Billy Rogell, one of five Tigers to record ninety-eight or more RBI's during this dominant season. Solid game wear is apparent in the form of ball marks, cleat divots and scoring of the uncracked handle. Length of the "Spalding" lumber is thirty-four inches (33.75"), weight thirty-three ounces (32.7 oz.).

    Marvelous hand-painted graphics adorn the handle and barrel, but the real stars are the signatures, faded considerably from their original strength but still allowing the identification of such luminaries as Goslin, Cochrane, Greenberg, Gehringer, Rowe, Crowder, Auker and more. Mounting holes at each end cause no distraction. Full LOA from PSA/DNA, GU 9.

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    October, 2019
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