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    1997 Eddie Murray Game Used Bat, PSA/DNA GU 9. Even as the years began to show, Eddie Murray still had some magic left in that Louisville Slugger. The end was near when Steady Eddie appeared with the Dodgers for nine games in 1997. One of the final bats swung by the member of the ultra-exclusive 500 home run/3,000 hit club is this Louisville Slugger model M275L bat. PSA/DNA has graded the fine piece of lumber GU 9 given the excellent use and Murray personal traits featured. The uncracked bat (35.5" and 34 ounces) has four rings of tape on the handle, a staple in Murray gamers, and includes black baseball ink marks marks on the left and back barrel. The same two angles of the barrel have a number of contact/ball marks as well. "33" is written on the knob (includes partially raised PSA/DNA sticker) for good measure. Murray signed the barrel in 10/10 felt tip ink. This bat originates from the collection of former big leaguer Ramon Martinez. LOA from PSA/DNA, GU 9. Pre-certified by PSA/DNA. Auction LOA from James Spence Authentication.

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