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    2002 Albert Pujols Game Used Bat & Wristband. The 2001 Rookie of the Year proved it was no fluke his sophomore season, taking the silver medal in MVP voting after the great Barry Bonds. Use characterized as "outstanding" by top expert John Taube suggests an active role for this Sam Bat in a season that saw the Cardinals slugger knock in 127 runs with the help of thirty-four homers and forty doubles. Taube also notes the marks left behind from ball contact (including seam marks and ink transfer), cleats, a red bat rack and a weighted donut. Heavy pine tar residue coats the upper handle, and Pujols' number "5" is found in marker on the knob. In typical Sam Bat fashion, all information regarding length, weight, date, model and client are handwritten on the barrel end: 34", 31.4 OZ, 12.10.01, SG1, A.P. A very solid example of what is arguably the most important lumber from an active player today. Graded PSA GU 6. Also included is a game worn Nike wristband in Cardinals red with Pujols' number "5" patch. LOA from Taube & Malta.

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    Auction Dates
    May, 2007
    5th Saturday
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