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    Circa 1989 Mark McGwire & Jose Canseco Game Worn Equipment Lot. "The Bash Brothers" that powered their way to a four-game sweep of the 1989 "Earthquake" Series are getting more press today than they ever did during their glory years, and though it's clear that their playing-day pyrotechnics were fueled by more than the cool Bay breezes, we could never forget the thrill of watching them hit. Offered here are three pairs of game used artifacts from their days in Oakland. 1) Mark McGwire game worn spikes. "Nike" labeling. Number "25" in vintage marker under each tongue. 2) Mark McGwire game worn batting gloves. "Franklin" labeling. 3) Jose Canseco game worn batting gloves. "Franklin" labeling. All six pieces bear the appropriate perfect blue sharpie signature, offering tremendous break down value for the savvy memorabilia dealer. All pieces show strong game wear. LOA from Lou Lampson. LOA from PSA/DNA. LOA from James Spence Authentication.

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    Auction Dates
    October, 2006
    28th Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 5
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