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    1976 Robin Yount Game Used Bicentennial Bat, PSA/DNA Authentic. Robin Yount epitomized the city of Milwaukee. The Brewers' signature star shunned the bright lights of bigger cities and remained in Brew City from the beginning to end of his Hall of Fame career. Yount wielded this Louisville Slugger model K75 bat when he was "The Kid." Emblazoned on the barrel is a liberty bell stamp which was used in 1976. The use is good as hit marks penetrate all angles of the barrel. Plenty of white ball scuffs are visible throughout the cracked bat. Two other points of reference are the donut ring remnant and "19" written on the knob in vintage marker. Yount must have gotten sawed off as there is a 7.5x1" piece of wood missing on the back barrel. The knob has about 25% missing. Cupped end. LOA from PSA/DNA, Authentic.

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    November, 2017
    16th-18th Thursday-Saturday
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