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    1971-74 Joe Torre Game Used Bat, PSA/DNA GU 9. Many who remember Joe Torre as the manager who led the New York Yankees to four World Series titles may not realize that, before his days as a skipper, he was a nine-time All-Star as a player during the 1960's and 1970's, winning a Gold Glove, a batting crown and the 1971 National League MVP Award. During that MVP season Joe put up these numbers: ninety-seven runs scored, 230 hits, thirty-four doubles, eight triples, twenty-four home runs, 137 runs batted in, and a .363 batting average.

    The bat presented here hails from Torre's MVP era. An Adirondack Big Stick signature model number 129A, it is thirty-five inches (35") long, weighs thirty-four and a half ounces (34.5 oz.), and displays "9" on the knob in black marker. The handle is lightly cracked and the bat shows excellent use, including hit and transfer marks, and moderate pine tar on the handle. LOA from PSA/DNA GU 9.


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    February, 2020
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