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    2004 Alex Rodriguez First Hit as a Member of New York Yankees Game Used & Signed Bat, PSA/DNA GU 10. It was the biggest deal to hit the Big Apple since the Babe when the Yanks took over the contract of the quarter-billion dollar man in 2004, converting the game's greatest shortstop into a third baseman and bringing a massive power surge into the offense. It all started here, down in the Grapefruit League, as a bold inscription in A-Rod's hand confirms: "Alex Rodriguez, Game Used 2004, Yankees 1st Hit, Spring Training." The experts at PSA/DNA characterize the game use evident upon this Old Hickory RP500 as "outstanding," noting ball marks, stitch impressions, ink transfers, cleat marks and a weighted donut impression. Light coat of Mota stick appears on uncracked handle. Length is thirty-three and a half inches (33.5"), weight thirty ounces (29.8 oz.). Rodriguez' personal authentication sticker appears on barrel. LOA from PSA/DNA, GU 10. Full LOA from PSA/DNA.

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