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    1965-68 Curt Flood Game Used, Signed Bat. 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 Hillerich & Bradsby model W222 bat (35" and 33.2 ounces) was used by Flood between 1968-69 - when he was about to shake the baseball world. Ball marks appear on the left side of the barrel. A crack is secured with nearly 7.5" of white tape which also has padding featured. "21" is written on the knob over "11" in black marker. "W222" is stamped on the knob. Flood signed the barrel end in perfect 10/10 black felt tip. LOA from PSA/DNA, Authentic (bat). COA from PSA/DNA (autograph.)

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