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    1969-72 Roberto Clemente Game Used Bat. Few baseball players have earned as much respect of the general public as a star player and a humanitarian than Roberto Clemente. His tragic death in a plane crash while trying to provide aid to others keeps that image in peoples minds forever. His game used equipment is widely sought after by collectors, especially bats with good game use like the one we offer here. It is a Hillerich & Bradsby signature model U1 bat. Its length is thirty-six inches and weight is thirty-seven ounces. It shows outstanding use with a handle/barrel crack that has been glued. Many ball and stitch marks are visible on the right, left and back barrel. Black, green and brown bat rack streaks are also visible. There is a light coat of pine tar on the handle.. The model number is stamped on the knob and Clemente's number (21) is on the knob in black marker. The weight is also on the knob written in pencil. It has a PSA grade of GU7. LOA from Taube & Malta.

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    May, 2007
    5th Saturday
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