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    1991-92 Barry Bonds Game Used Bat. The possible two-year span during which this block lettered Louisville Slugger H238 saw action in the hands of the game's most prolific and controversial slugger found him taking second and first place in MVP voting respectively, so you can bet some good work was done with it. The evidence bears this out as well, as hearty ball marks, complete with black ball stamping transfers, dot the left, right and back barrel. Stitch impressions likewise coat the surface of the grain, and a crack snakes through the pine-tarred handle. Number "24" appears in marker on knob and barrel end. The length and weight of thirty-four inches and thirty and a half ounces are correct for Bonds' early career preferences, helping to establish a strong rating of GU7 from the experts. A blue sharpie signature on the barrel is ever so slightly touched by an errant hand, otherwise flawlessly bold. A top-caliber example from the early days of Bonds' ascension to the pinnacle of slugging's ranks. LOA from Taube & Malta. LOA from PSA/DNA (autograph). LOA from James Spence Authentication (autograph).

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    3rd Saturday
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