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    1965-68 Curt Flood Game Used Bat Made for Lou Brock, PSA GU 6. An entire generation owes a debt of gratitude to Curt Flood. It was Flood who tried to force baseball to eliminate the reserve clause which bound a player to a team. While unsuccessful, Flood's court case did set the precedent for free agency not long after. This Lou Brock model K75 bat (34" and 34.8 ounces) was used by Flood when he was helping the Cardinals reach the upper regions of the National League standings. Excellent use characteristics are evident on the uncracked lumber with ball marks on the left and back barrel. Repeated contact has resulted in a layer of checking on the back barrel. John Taube's research said the tape application on the handle is ideal for Flood. "21" is markered on the handle in fading black marker. LOA from PSA/DNA, GU 6.

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    November, 2015
    5th-7th Thursday-Saturday
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