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2001 Barry Bonds Game Used, Photo Matched, Signed & Inscribed SAM

Game used bats, no matter the player or year they were used, are all unique in that they were part of a Major League game. Yet, even within the rarified category of game used bats, there is an even smaller, ultra-exclusive subsection to which this Barry Bonds bat belongs. The Giants slugger used this bat during his record-setting 2001 season in which he set the single-season home run record at 73. Game used bats, no matter the player or year they were used, are all unique in that they were part of a Major League game. Yet, even within the rarified category of game used bats, there is an even smaller, ultra-exclusive subsection to which this Barry Bonds bat belongs. The Giants slugger used this bat during his record-setting 2001 season in which he set the single-season home run record at 73. Bonds would begin a run of four consecutive National League MVP’s in 2001, which was on top of the three previous times won the prestigious award. Game used bats, no matter the player or year they were used, are all unique in that they were part of a Major League game. Yet, even within the rarified category of game used bats, there is an even smaller, ultra-exclusive subsection to which this Barry Bonds bat belongs. The Giants slugger used this bat during his record-setting 2001 season in which he set the single-season home run record at 73. Bonds would begin a run of four consecutive National League MVP’s in 2001, which was on top of the three previous times won the prestigious award. This offered bat was used to hit home runs 33 and 34 of the 2001 season, which were Bonds’ career home runs 527 and 528. These home runs were hit over two games in June of 2001, both at Pacific Bell Park in San Francisco against the visiting Anaheim Angels. Bonds hit career home run 527 off Angels pitcher Pat Rapp in the bottom of the first inning of the June 12th game and connected on career home run 528 two days later on June 14th in the bottom of the sixth inning off of Lou Pote. This SAM BONDS 2K1 model bat, as would be expected coming from the all-time home run king, displays tremendous game use. There are prominent ball marks and ball stitch impressions on the barrel. This un-cracked bat also displays blue ink transfers and cleat marks on the right and left barrel. The handle has been in a spiral pattern approximately 13 ¼ inches from the knob to enhance the grip and there is a moderate coating of Mota Stick on the taped handle. Handwritten on the top barrel in black ink are the bat’s length “34”, weight “31.7oz”, the date of manufacture “05 23 01” and model number “Bonds”, along with Bonds’ initials “B.B.”. Bonds has signed his name in silver marker on the barrel directly above the gold stamped “SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS”. Also handwritten in gold marker is “6-12-01 #527” and “6-14-01 #528”. A tremendous opportunity to own a multi-home run game used bat from Bonds’ historic 2001 season. This bat has been photo matched to career home runs 527 and 528 by Resolution Photomatching, who have provided a LOA. There is also a LOA from PSA/DNA (G55984), who have graded this home run gamer a perfect GU 10 (Grade Certification # 81976314). Additionally, there is a LOA from JSA for Bonds’ signature and Barry Bonds Authenticated hologram on the barrel. This offered bat was used to hit home runs 33 and 34 of the 2001 season, which were Bonds’ career home runs 527 and 528. These home runs were hit over two games in June of 2001, both at Pacific Bell Park in San Francisco against the visiting Anaheim Angels. Bonds hit career home run 527 off Angels pitcher Pat Rapp in the bottom of the first inning of the June 12th game and connected on career home run 528 two days later on June 14th in the bottom of the sixth inning off of Lou Pote. This SAM BONDS 2K1 model bat, as would be expected coming from the all-time home run king, displays tremendous game use. There are prominent ball marks and ball stitch impressions on the barrel. This un-cracked bat also displays blue ink transfers and cleat marks on the right and left barrel. The handle has been in a spiral pattern approximately 13 ¼ inches from the knob to enhance the grip and there is a moderate coating of Mota Stick on the taped handle. Handwritten on the top barrel in black ink are the bat’s length “34”, weight “31.7oz”, the date of manufacture “05 23 01” and model number “Bonds”, along with Bonds’ initials “B.B.”. Bonds has signed his name in silver marker on the barrel directly above the gold stamped “SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS”. Also handwritten in gold marker is “6-12-01 #527” and “6-14-01 #528”. A tremendous opportunity to own a multi-home run game used bat from Bonds’ historic 2001 season. This bat has been photo matched to career home runs 527 and 528 by Resolution Photomatching, who have provided a LOA. There is also a LOA from PSA/DNA (G55984), who have graded this home run gamer a perfect GU 10 (Grade Certification # 81976314). Additionally, there is a LOA from JSA for Bonds’ signature and Barry Bonds Authenticated hologram on the barrelEn savoir plus

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4 400 EUR

Lot of (2) 2003 World Series Champions Florida Marlins Team Signed

Offered in this lot are two Official Major League Allan H. Selig baseballs signed by 21 members of the 2003 World Series champion Florida Marlins. The first ball features the signatures of Jeff Torborg, Josh Beckett, Juan Pierre, Mike Lowell, Bill Robinson, Ozzie Guillen, Jeff Cox, Andy Fox, Mike Mordecai, Brian Banks, Armando Almanza, Tommy Phelps, Braden Looper, Ramon Castro, and several others. Torborg, the Marlins manager for the first 38 games of the 2003 season, has signed the sweet spot. The signatures on this ball have been written in blue and black ballpoint pen. This ball comes with a LOA from JSA (X79108). Offered in this lot are two Official Major League Allan H. Selig baseballs signed by 21 members of the 2003 World Series champion Florida Marlins. The first ball features the signatures of Jeff Torborg, Josh Beckett, Juan Pierre, Mike Lowell, Bill Robinson, Ozzie Guillen, Jeff Cox, Andy Fox, Mike Mordecai, Brian Banks, Armando Almanza, Tommy Phelps, Braden Looper, Ramon Castro, and several others. Torborg, the Marlins manager for the first 38 games of the 2003 season, has signed the sweet spot. The signatures on this ball have been written in blue and black ballpoint pen. This ball comes with a LOA from JSA (X79108). The second ball also features Torborg’s signature on the sweet spot, while other signatures include Carl Pavano, Josh Beckett, Juan Pierre, Mike Lowell, Bill Robinson, Ozzie Guillen, Ramon Castro, Toby Borland, Michael Tejera, Andy Fox, Ramon Castro, Braden Looper, Tommy Phelps, Jeff Cox, Armando Almanza, Mike Mordecai, Brian Banks, and several others. The signatures have been written in blue and black ballpoint pen. This ball comes with a LOA from JSA (X79110). The second ball also features Torborg’s signature on the sweet spot, while other signatures include Carl Pavano, Josh Beckett, Juan Pierre, Mike Lowell, Bill Robinson, Ozzie Guillen, Ramon Castro, Toby Borland, Michael Tejera, Andy Fox, Ramon Castro, Braden Looper, Tommy Phelps, Jeff Cox, Armando Almanza, Mike Mordecai, Brian Banks, and several others. The signatures have been written in blue and black ballpoint pen. This ball comes with a LOA from JSA (X79110)En savoir plus

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  • 21d 23h
Estimation basse
180 EUR

1998 Mark McGwire Game Used & Signed Rawlings MAC25 Model Bat (PSA/DNA

Perhaps no season was as exciting as 1998’s single-season home run race. All summer, St. Louis’ Mark McGwire, Seattle’s Ken Griffey, Jr., Chicago’s Sammy Sosa battled it out, each striving to break the most famous record in the game – Roger Maris’ 61 home run mark. Big Mac eventually emerged the victor, hitting the record breaking 62nd homer on September 8th and adding eight more by the time the season ended to finish with 70. Perhaps no season was as exciting as 1998’s single-season home run race. All summer, St. Louis’ Mark McGwire, Seattle’s Ken Griffey, Jr., Chicago’s Sammy Sosa battled it out, each striving to break the most famous record in the game – Roger Maris’ 61 home run mark. Big Mac eventually emerged the victor, hitting the record breaking 62nd homer on September 8th and adding eight more by the time the season ended to finish with 70. Used by McGwire during that memorable summer, the Rawlings MAC25 model bat is un-cracked and shows light to moderate use. There are several ball marks and stitch impressions on the left and back barrel along with some black ink transfers. A light coat of pine tar is on the handle and the model “MAC25,” order “289,” and year “98” are stamped into the knob. McGwire’s name and bat length “33” are hand written on the knob in blue pen. The home run champ has signed the barrel in black marker adding “STL 25.” The bat comes with a LOA from PSA/DNA (1B16507) for the game use and has been graded a solid GU 8.5, plus a LOA from Steve Grad of Beckett Authentication for the signature. Used by McGwire during that memorable summer, the Rawlings MAC25 model bat is un-cracked and shows light to moderate use. There are several ball marks and stitch impressions on the left and back barrel along with some black ink transfers. A light coat of pine tar is on the handle and the model “MAC25,” order “289,” and year “98” are stamped into the knob. McGwire’s name and bat length “33” are hand written on the knob in blue pen. The home run champ has signed the barrel in black marker adding “STL 25.” The bat comes with a LOA from PSA/DNA (1B16507) for the game use and has been graded a solid GU 8.5, plus a LOA from Steve Grad of Beckett Authentication for the signatureEn savoir plus

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  • 21d 23h
Estimation basse
270 EUR

1956 Roy Campanella Signed Brooklyn Dodgers Uniform Player's Contract (JSA)

Hall of Famer Roy Campanella was coming off his 1955 National League MVP award while his Brooklyn Dodgers finally beat their cross-town rivals the New York Yankees in the World Series. Campy had been to three previous World Series, all against the Yankees and all of them had gone the way of the Bronx Bombers. Hall of Famer Roy Campanella was coming off his 1955 National League MVP award while his Brooklyn Dodgers finally beat their cross-town rivals the New York Yankees in the World Series. Campy had been to three previous World Series, all against the Yankees and all of them had gone the way of the Bronx Bombers. Campanella signed this offered contract for the 1956 season. The first page of this contract has “UNIFORM PLAYER’S CONTRACT” across the top in black print with “National League of Professional Baseball Clubs” below that in red print. The contract starts “Between BROOKLYN NATIONAL LEAGUE BASEBALL CLUB, INC., herein called the Club, and ROY CAMPANELLA of Eastlind Dr., East Island, Glen Cove L.I., N.Y.”, herein called the Player.” For the payment it reads “For performance of the Player’s services and promises hereunder the Club will pay the Player the sum of FORTY-TWO THOUSAND DOLLARS ($42,000) FOR THE SEASON,”. Campanella’s bold signature appears on the bottom of the third page in black pen on the “(Player)” line. This contract is in excellent condition, with only very slight toning. The corners and edges are in good condition. The added typing displays some fading and bleeding and there a no folds or creases. One of the best pre-accident signatures of Roy Campanella and this signed contract comes with a LOA from JSA (B32295) for Campanella’s signature. Campanella signed this offered contract for the 1956 season. The first page of this contract has “UNIFORM PLAYER’S CONTRACT” across the top in black print with “National League of Professional Baseball Clubs” below that in red print. The contract starts “Between BROOKLYN NATIONAL LEAGUE BASEBALL CLUB, INC., herein called the Club, and ROY CAMPANELLA of Eastlind Dr., East Island, Glen Cove L.I., N.Y.”, herein called the Player.” For the payment it reads “For performance of the Player’s services and promises hereunder the Club will pay the Player the sum of FORTY-TWO THOUSAND DOLLARS ($42,000) FOR THE SEASON,”. Between, herein called the Club, and, of, herein called the Player.”, For performance of the Player’s services and promises hereunder the Club will pay the Player the sum of, Campanella’s bold signature appears on the bottom of the third page in black pen on the “(Player)” line. This contract is in excellent condition, with only very slight toning. The corners and edges are in good condition. The added typing displays some fading and bleeding and there a no folds or creases. One of the best pre-accident signatures of Roy Campanella and this signed contract comes with a LOA from JSA (B32295) for Campanella’s signatureEn savoir plus

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  • 21d 23h
Estimation basse
880 EUR

1999 Mark McGwire Game Used Rawlings MAC25 Model Bat (PSA/DNA GU 8.5)

The legendary slugger Mark McGwire used this Rawlings MAC25 bat during his historic 1999 season. McGwire led all of baseball with 65 longballs, giving the former Oakland A’s star an incredible 135 total round trippers in back-to-back seasons. McGwire added a National League-high 147 RBI, 118 runs, and a .278 batting average to his stunning campaign. McGwire made his 11th career All-Star team in 1999 and finished in the top five of MVP voting for the third time in his career. The legendary slugger Mark McGwire used this Rawlings MAC25 bat during his historic 1999 season. McGwire led all of baseball with 65 longballs, giving the former Oakland A’s star an incredible 135 total round trippers in back-to-back seasons. McGwire added a National League-high 147 RBI, 118 runs, and a .278 batting average to his stunning campaign. McGwire made his 11th career All-Star team in 1999 and finished in the top five of MVP voting for the third time in his career. This bat displays excellent use and is un-cracked. There are ball marks, blue ink transfers and black bat rack streaks present on the barrel. The lower handle has a coating of Mota Stick. The knob has the model number “MAC25” stamped. This bat comes with a LOA from PSA/DNA (1B14977) for the game use and has been graded a solid GU 8.5. This bat displays excellent use and is un-cracked. There are ball marks, blue ink transfers and black bat rack streaks present on the barrel. The lower handle has a coating of Mota Stick. The knob has the model number “MAC25” stamped. This bat comes with a LOA from PSA/DNA (1B14977) for the game use and has been graded a solid GU 8.5En savoir plus

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  • 21d 23h
Estimation basse
180 EUR

Mickey Mantle Commemorative Career Ring With Original Presentation Box

When considering a list of the greatest baseball players of all time, Mickey Mantle has to be right near the top. His career achievements – far too many to list them all – include three Most Valuable Player Awards (1956, 1957, 1962), seven-time World Series champion, 20 All-Star Games, and a Triple Crown season in 1956 when he led the league with a .353 batting average, 52 home runs and 130 RBIs. Mantle, who played his entire career for the New York Yankees, was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame on his first ballot in 1974. When considering a list of the greatest baseball players of all time, Mickey Mantle has to be right near the top. His career achievements – far too many to list them all – include three Most Valuable Player Awards (1956, 1957, 1962), seven-time World Series champion, 20 All-Star Games, and a Triple Crown season in 1956 when he led the league with a .353 batting average, 52 home runs and 130 RBIs. Mantle, who played his entire career for the New York Yankees, was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame on his first ballot in 1974. Presented here is a Balfour 10K gold Mickey Mantle career ring, featuring Mantle’s number “7” – made up of six diamonds – set on a large dark blue stone. “MICKEY MANTLE 1951-1968” appears around the bezel setting in relief work. One side features a facsimile of Mantle’s signature above an image of Yankee Stadium, with “# 7 RETIRED 6-8-69” reading at the bottom. The opposite shank displays bats listing many of Mantle’s stats, including “.298 B.A. – 1509 R.B.I.” and “18 WORLD SERIES H.R.” His career total of “536 HOME RUNS” appears at the top. The inside of the band is marked “BALFOUR 10KY” and is numbered “090/536”. This ring is an approximate size 10 and weighs approximately 40.0 grams and includes the original hinged wooden presentation box which reads “Mickey Mantle 7 CAREER RING”. Presented here is a Balfour 10K gold Mickey Mantle career ring, featuring Mantle’s number “7” – made up of six diamonds – set on a large dark blue stone. “MICKEY MANTLE 1951-1968” appears around the bezel setting in relief work. One side features a facsimile of Mantle’s signature above an image of Yankee Stadium, with “# 7 RETIRED 6-8-69” reading at the bottom. The opposite shank displays bats listing many of Mantle’s stats, including “.298 B.A. – 1509 R.B.I.” and “18 WORLD SERIES H.R.” His career total of “536 HOME RUNS” appears at the top. The inside of the band is marked “BALFOUR 10KY” and is numbered “090/536”. This ring is an approximate size 10 and weighs approximately 40.0 grams and includes the original hinged wooden presentation box which reads “Mickey Mantle 7 CAREER RING”En savoir plus

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  • 21d 23h
Estimation basse
1 300 EUR

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One of a Kind RARE 1943 Negro League Champion Homestead Grays Team-Signed
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Mike Tyson's 1987 WBA Heavyweight Championship Boxing Belt (Won vs
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