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    1974 Pete Rose Game Used Bat, PSA/DNA GU 8. Essential tool helped hammer home the final bolts in the construction of the famed Big Red Machine, an Adirondack bat model 69A bat (35" and 34 ounces) cracked by the hit king on August 21, 1974. According to the white strip of athletic tape, Rose cracked it in the sixth inning of the game. Rose ended up grounding out. He did contribute a hit in a 10-3 loss. "Cracked By Pete Rose In 6th Inning of game 8-21-74."

    Numerous ball and hit marks are on all sides of the barrel. Moderate pine tar buildup is on the handle. The knob features the model number, "14" written in red in and "34" in pencil. LOA from PSA/DNA, GU 8.


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    6th-8th Thursday-Saturday
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