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    1971-77 Brooks Robinson Game Used Bat. The face of the Baltimore Orioles for two decades, the beloved third baseman rode his mastery of the lumber and the leather to capture the bronze of Cooperstown. Here we encounter a late-career gamer from Robinson's arsenal, an Adirondack 170B exhibiting excellent use with ball marks, stitch impressions and green bat rack streaks. The original grip tape remains on the handle, which is cracked but still solid. Number "5" is applied in marker to the knob. Length of thirty-four inches and weight of thirty-two and a half ounces match known exemplars, and help to assign a PSA/DNA grade of GU 8.5. Bat is autographed on the barrel in 9+/10 black sharpie. LOA from PSA/DNA, GU 8.5. Pre-certified by PSA/DNA (autograph). Auction LOA from James Spence Authentication (autograph).

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    Auction Dates
    November, 2011
    10th-11th Thursday-Friday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 7
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