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    2005 Derek Jeter Game Used Bat. The New York Yankees beloved captain added another 200+ hits to his career total this season, continuing his quest as the only possible contestant for Pete Rose's reign as Hit King. This signature model Louisville Slugger P72 exhibits excellent use from the 2005 season, with ball and stitch marks, slight checking, bat rack streaks and an impression from a weighted donut on the barrel, and a moderate coat of Mota stick on the handle. No cracks. Length and weight are thirty-four inches and thirty-one ounces respectively Jeter's silver sharpie signature on the barrel is notated ".309 AVG, 70 RBI, 05 Gold Glove," and bears the holographic authenticating sticker of Steiner Sports, the official marketing company of the New York Yankees. Graded GU9. LOA from Taube & Malta. LOA from PSA/DNA (autograph). LOA from James Spence Authentication (autograph). Guide Value or Estimate: $0 - up.

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    October, 2008
    17th-18th Friday-Saturday
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