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    1970's Oakland Athletics Game Used Bats (Lot of 4). Only a couple of years after the Athletics moved from Kansas City to Oakland, they became a powerhouse franchise winning back-to-back-to-back World Series in 1972-1974. Four players from those teams have a combined 15 All-Star appearances, and a game used bat from each is offered in this lot.
    Sal Bando: 35" H&B Model S2L. #6 on the knob. Split handle repaired with glue and nails. Light use exhibited.
    Bert Campaneris: 35.5" H&B Model C12. #19 on the knob. Five rings of athletic tape grip. Heavy pine tar and heavy use exhibited with ball marks, cleat marks, and bat rack marks throughout. Uncracked with light checking on back of barrel.
    Joe Rudi: 35" H&B Model R161. #26 on the knob. Uncracked with light use shown by ball marks and bat rack marks.
    Ray Fosse: 34" H&B Model B267. #17 on knob which was never Fosse's number. Uncracked with light pine tar and heavy checking to back of barrel.
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    Auction Dates
    November, 2017
    5th Sunday
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