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    2003 Albert Pujols Game Used Bat with Photo Matches, PSA/DNA GU 9.5. The greatest slugger to wear the birds and bat since Stan "The Man" Musial, Albert Pujols posted what may be the finest season of his Hall of Fame career in 2003, claiming his sole batting title with a staggering .359, while also outpacing all National Leaguers in runs scored (137), hits (212), doubles (51) and total bases (394). Needless to say, game used lumber from 2003 is highly coveted, and this may be the best of the bunch. Included in the lot is definitive photographic proof of the Louisville Slugger I13L's use in competition, matching both the unique writing on the handle ("5 Game 4-1 1/2") and various marks on the barrel. Expert John Taube characterizes the use as "outstanding," noting a repaired handle crack, ball marks, stitch impressions, cleat marks, rack streaks and a weighted donut impression. Length thirty-four inches, weight thirty-one and a half ounces. LOA from PSA/DNA, GU 9.5.

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    November, 2013
    7th-9th Thursday-Saturday
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