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    1975-76 Hank Aaron Game Used Bat. With the Babe firmly in his rear view mirror, Aaron was able to put the stress of the chase behind him and enjoy the final seasons of his Hall of Fame career when he took this Adirondack 63A to the plate. Use is light, but this is typical of late-career Aaron bats, as the reigning Home Run King was constantly asked for souvenir lumber and so never used any one bat for too long. Length of thirty-five inches and weight of thirty-four ounces are correct for the Hammer's ordering records, and his immortal number "44" is applied in vintage black marker to knob and barrel end. A flawless 10/10 blue sharpie signature on the barrel completes the package. Graded GU 6. LOA from PSA/DNA. Auction LOA from James Spence Authentication (autograph).

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    October, 2009
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