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    1971-76 Hank Aaron Game Used Bat. While early career gamers from the Home Run King certainly carry strong appeal, we really love the late ones as well. We imagine home run number seven hundred and change being launched from them, and how many bats can boast that kind of history? Here we present an Adirondack 63A dating from the last years of Hammerin' Hank's Big League service, showing light but certain use, and the imprints of a possible home run or two. All specs are exact to Aaron's preferred model, with length and weight of thirty-four and three-quarter inches and thirty-four and a half ounces respectively. The historic number "44" is in marker on the knob. A perfect blue sharpie signature on the barrel adds further appeal. Whether Bonds catches him or not, Aaron will continue to reign in our hearts, and as such any lumber once held in his hands is a true baseball treasure. MEARS A6. LOA from PSA/DNA.

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    October, 2005
    29th Saturday
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