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    1942-44 Terry Moore Game Used Bat, PSA/DNA GU 8. Terry Moore was a part of two World Series winning clubs for the St. Louis Cardinals and reached All-Star status on four occasions. His work in the field was a thing of beauty. Leo Durocher gave this glowing assessment of the Cardinal mainstay in Baseball The Biographical Encyclopedia: "I don't see how they can rank anybody better than Moore," Durocher said. "If a ball is in the air, he'll get it. Nobody can do better than that."

    Moore used this Louisville Slugger bat (35" and 33.8 ounces) during his prime years. There is a handle crack (slight material loss) which spelled the end of the line. Good overall used is shown, and this walloping stick has earned its grade of PSA/DNA GU 8. LOA from PSA/DNA, GU 8.

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