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    1985 Eddie Murray Game Used Bat. A single year Louisville Slugger labeling style allows us to definitively peg this important lumber to what was arguably this Hall of Fame slugger's finest offensive season, with a career-best total of 124 runs batted in for the Baltimore Orioles. The signature model S318 exhibits use that is characterized by bat expert John Taube as "medium," though fine ball, rack and spike marks on the barrel might lead some to believe this terminology is a bit conservative. Murray's number "33" appears in marker on the knob end. Length and weight measure thirty-five and a half in inches and ounces respectively. A flawless black sharpie signature on the barrel of this uncracked war club further elevates its tremendous appeal. Graded PSA GU 8. LOA from Taube & Malta. LOA from PSA/DNA (autograph). LOA from James Spence Authentication (autograph).

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    October, 2007
    27th Saturday
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