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    1964-67 Willie Mays Game Used Bat, PSA/DNA GU 9 - MVP Era! Wonderous Willie was still in Say Hey form during the four-year span when he used this baby, tallying four All-Star berths, three 100+ RBI seasons, two home run titles, and the 1965 N.L. MVP. During that glorious MVP season, Mays was at his best, recording 118 runs scored, fifty-two homers, 112 RBI, a .317 batting mark, a .398 on-base percentage, and striking out on a mere seventy-one occasions.

    This exemplar displays substantial evidence of game use, including green bat rack marks on the barrel, handle, and knob, with light pine tar residue evident on the mid-handle. Adirondack "M63" signature model, with "24" on the handle (in vintage black marker), measures 35 inches in length and weighs 31.9 ounces. Bat expert John Taube's has awarded a grade of "9" which is quite impressive. Full LOA from PSA/DNA, GU 9.


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    October, 2019
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