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    1970's Chris Chambliss (PSA/DNA, Authentic), Greg Nettles (PSA/DNA, GU 7) & Ron Blomberg (PSA/DNA, GU 8) Game Used Bats Lot of 3. This lot features three popular Yankees from the 1970's, each renowned in his own rite - Chambliss for his historic home run in 1976, Nettles for his golden glove at the hot corner, and Blomberg for his standing as MLB's first designated hitter.

    1971 Chris Chambliss Adirondack model 194A is 35.35 " long and weighs 32.7 ounces is an uncracked professional model bat from the man who sent the Yankees to the 1976 World Series. Not game used. LOA form PSA/DNA, Authentic.

    1977-79 Graig Nettles H&B model S44 is 35" long and weighs 31.4 ounces with light to medium wear and uncracked by the Gold Glove third-sacker. LOA form PSA/DNA, GU 7.

    1977-79 Ron Blomberg H&B model C243 is 35" long and weighs 33.2 ounces with medium wear, cracked handle, and Star of David in black marker on the knob, which is common for Blomberg bats. Baseball's first designated hitter. LOA form PSA/DNA, GU 8.


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    Auction Dates
    November, 2017
    16th-18th Thursday-Saturday
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