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    2003 Alex Rodriguez All-Star Game Practice Used Bat. Unique A-Rod lumber derives from his seventh All-Star Game appearance, and a season for which he would earn his first of three American League MVP Awards to date. The unusual model replaces the future Hall of Famer's facsimile signature with the logo of the Chicago Midsummer Classic, with one of the several ball strikes blurring the image slightly. The Louisville Slugger, weighing over thirty-eight ounces, is a good bit heftier than most Rodriguez gamers, presumably to speed up his bat when he trades for a lighter model. Length is thirty-four inches. An 8/10 silver sharpie inscription reads, "Alex Rodriguez, 2003 Game Practice at Chicago." AROD Authentic sticker on barrel. Pre-certified by PSA/DNA.

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