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    1955-59 Yogi Berra Game Used Bat, PSA/DNA GU 7. Four American League pennants and two World Series Championships occupy the five-season production span of the provided Hillerich & Bradsby signature model R43, suggesting the near certainty that pinstriped glory is found within the bat's DNA. Its owner earned great personal acclaim during the period as well, the 1955 season marking Berra's second consecutive and third career American League MVP award. Expert John Taube assesses game use as "heavy," noting ball marks, stitch impressions and a repaired handle crack and barrel depressions. A chipped knob has likewise been restored. Length of thirty-five inches (35") and weight just under thirty-two ounces (32 oz.) match factory ordering records for the Hall of Fame catcher. A splendid representation from the only man to win ten World Series as a player. LOA from PSA/DNA, GU 7.

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