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    1951 Pat Mullin Game Used Bat Signed by the New York Yankees with Rookie Mantle & DiMaggio.
    Pat Mullin had a very true sense of history when he had one of his game used bats signed by the rival Yankees. Yes, the defending World Series champions were the favorites going in a year later as Joe DiMaggio passed the torch to Mickey Mantle, but Mullin must have had a crystal ball. This Hillerich & Bradsby model MG13 bat (31.2 ounces and 34.5") has a handle crack which spelled the end of the line. Members of the '51 World Series championship Yankees signed the barrel region in varying degrees of black ink - average 5/10 to 8/10. Those who signed include: Mantle (6.5/10 with the last name light), Martin (reduced), Stengel (clubhouse), Collins, Brown, Silvera, DiMaggio (7/10 with the first name nearly gone), Lopat, Bauer, Kuzava, Raschi, McDougald, Berra, Houk, Hopp, Reynolds, Overmire, Shea, Mize, Rizzuto and a few more. Our consignor said Mullin had the bat signed following the Yankees' World Series triumph. Full LOA from PSA/DNA.


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    Auction Dates
    February, 2018
    24th-25th Saturday-Sunday
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