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    2010-11 Jose Iglesias Game Used & Signed Bat, Cleats & Batting Helmet. Jose Iglesias has provided solid production wherever he has played. This year, Iglesias has been a stable force for the Cincinnati Reds. This listing includes a game-used bat, Red Sox helmet and cleats worn by the one-time All-Star. Up first is a 2011 Louisville Slugger model C271L bat - 33 3/8" and 29 ounces. The uncracked stick is graded PSA GU 10 and shows excellent use. Iglesias signed the barrel and included a "Game Used 2011" inscription. Also included is a Red Sox "Rawlings size 7 1/8" helmet. "76" is stickered on the back. Iglesias signed the front in silver paint pen. The final piece of the puzzle is "Mizuno size 9" cleats worn by the infielder. Both show good use and are signed. COA from Onyx Authenticated. LOA from PSA/DNA GU 10 (bat). COA from PSA/DNA.


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    October, 2019
    17th-25th Thursday-Friday
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