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    2006 Derek Jeter Game Used Signed Bat with Jeter Signed Letter. It's the highest evolution of the Jeter gamer, sourced through Steiner Sports (the official game used marketing firm of the New York Yankees), autographed by the Captain, and further validated by a Jeter signed letter of provenance. Like the man himself, this is a specimen that has it all, with a heaping helping of use from a season that saw the future Hall of Fame shortstop narrowly edged by Justin Morneau for the American League MVP. Multiple ball marks are evident, and deep cleat gouges, pine tar on the uncracked handle. Jeter's silver sharpie autograph is pristine, as is his "2006 Game Used" notation below. His blue ballpoint autograph on the included Steiner letter of provenance is equally fine. He's this generation's Mantle, and we all know what the Mick's game gear brings at auction. Investment-minded collectors take note. LOA from Steiner Sports/Derek Jeter. Pre-certified by PSA/DNA.

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    Auction Dates
    November, 2013
    7th-9th Thursday-Saturday
    Internet/Mail Bids: 12
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