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    1965-68 Harmon Killebrew Game Used Bat. Lifting ten gallon milk cans weighing close to one hundred pounds as a young farmworker, "Killer" developed early the enormous upper body strength that would later power him into the 500 Home Run Club and the Baseball Hall of Fame. Presented is a signature model Hillerich & Bradsby S207 from the the productive heart of his stellar career, dating to a four-season period in which he sent 125 balls into the cheap seats. The lumber exhibits "outstanding use" according to expert John Taube, with checking, ball marks and stitch impressions. Bat rack streaks line the barrel and handle, and the weight in ounces (32) is written on the knob in pencil. Uncracked. Black sharpie signature on barrel is 10/10, and joined with "H.O.F. '84" notation. Length thirty-five inches. LOA from PSA/DNA. Full LOA from James Spence Authentication (autograph). Pre-certified by PSA/DNA (autograph).

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