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    2001 Adam Dunn Game Used First Major League Home Run Bat. At six-foot six and 285 pounds, he'd better hit home runs! The burly slugger has averaged over thirty-five a year for his first decade in the game, so he's well on pace for the 500 Club. When he gets there, you'll wish you'd placed one more bid on this Louisville Slugger I13 with which he popped his very first, as a member of the 2001 Cincinnati Reds. The bat exhibits "outstanding use" according to the included PSA/DNA paperwork, which notes multiple ball marks, bat rack streaks, grain checking and pine tar on the handle, which is cracked but solid. Length is thirty-four and a half inches; weight is thirty-one ounces. Dunn has signed the barrel in 10/10 blue sharpie, authenticating the lumber himself as "1st MLB HR." LOA from PSA/DNA. Auction LOA from James Spence Authentication (autograph). Pre-certified by PSA/DNA (autograph).

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    April, 2011
    21st-22nd Thursday-Friday
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