Whaddaya lookin’ for? Well, it’s probably in this massive assortment of sports collectibles and game-used memorabilia! Leading the parade are: (14) Game-Used Bats: mostly 1990s lumber used by players such as Armas, Burks and Dwight Evans; (6) Game-Used Hockey Sticks: with R. Bourque, (3) Dafoe, Oates and F. Potvin; (13) Super Bowl Programs: with XIV, XV, XVII, XVIII, XIX, XX, XXI, XXII, XXIII, XXIV, XXV, XXVI and XXXVIII. Note: due to the size/weight of this lot, a shipping surcharge will apply. More on our website.
Tony Armas 1980-1983 Louisville Slugger (32.4-oz/35”) signature model showing solid use with surface marks throughout and a sizable portion of the barrel secured by athletic tape.
Ellis Burks 1993 Louisville Slugger (31.6-oz/34”) “P72” black-letter (full name) model showing phenomenal game use with ball, bat-rack and deeply embedded stitch marks throughout, as well as transposed stampings from OAL Brown baseballs. The handle is home to scoring, a generous coat of pine tar and a 6-1/2” crack. Burks’ number “26” is inscribed on the knob.
Jack Clark 1984 Rawlings-Adirondack (31.6-oz/34”) “393B” block-letter (full name) model with a tan handle and brown barrel. The weapon shows heavy use with ball and deeply embedded stitch marks about the barrel, as well as checking and a 3-1/2” handle crack. An 11” layer of soiled athletic tape lines the handle and the knob is home to a black marker notation of “41,” suggesting the bat was to teammate Scot Thompson’s liking.
Scott Cooper 1993-1994 Cooper (31.6-oz/33-3/4”) “C271” signature model showing solid use with ball and bat-rack marks on the barrel, as well as transposed OAL ball stampings. The handle’s upper portion has heavy pine-tar residue and a lengthy handle crack represents the bat’s demise. Cooper’s number “34” is inscribed on the knob.
Dwight Evans 1991 Louisville Slugger (30.8-oz/33-3/4”) signature model with a cupped end, brown finish and gold-colored stampings. Solid use is evident with ball and deeply embedded stitch marks throughout, as well as transposed OAL baseball stampings, a handle crack and a 4” chunk of wood missing. A criss-cross tape application lines the lower portion of the handle and the knob is home to a notation of “24.”
Scott Fletcher 1986-1989 Louisville Slugger (32.4-oz/33-1/4”) “S2” block-letter (last name only) model who use characteristics suggest it was used during batting practice sessions. The barrel is home to ball and bat-rack marks while the handle shows multiple cracks. On the knob, “Fletch Lives” is inscribed in black marker.
(5) Jody Friedman (3) 1990 Louisville Slugger (33-1/2”) “M110” block-letter (last name only) models, each with a dark brown patina and cupped end. Each shows excessive use with ball and surface marks throughout, as well as heavy pine-tar residue. Two are cracked. Also included are (2) 1990 Louisville Slugger (33-3/4”) “C271” block-letter (last name only) models, each with a dark brown finish and cupped end. Each shows solid use with ball and deeply embedded stitch marks on the hitting surface, as well as grain swelling on the barrel. Both are cracked. Never a Major leaguer, Friedman toiled in the Boston Red Sox farm system during the 1990 season.
Glenn Hoffman 1983 Adirondack (30.8-oz/33-3/4”) “402B” block-letter (full name) model with a cupped end and black “Smith” finish. The uncracked lumber shows extensive use with ball, bat-rack and deeply embedded stitch marks about the barrel, as well as checking on the hitting surface and transposed stampings from OAL baseballs. The handle has pine tar residue and a 6-1/2” layer of soiled athletic tape. Hoffman’s number “18” is inscribed on the knob.
Trot Nixon 1996 Rawlings-Adirondack (32.6-oz/34-1/4”) “433B” block-letter (full name) model with a black “Smith” finish. Heavy use is evident with ball and stitch marks about the hitting surface, as well as transposed OAL ball stampings. The handle’s upper portion is coated with pine tar and a crack of just over 8” extends to the trademark stampings.
Jose Offerman 1995 Rawlings-Adirondack (30.2-oz/34-1/4”) “571B” block-letter (full name) model showing moderate use with ball and deeply embedded stitch marks, as well as transposed ONL ball stampings. The handle is home to scoring, pine-tar residue and a 3” crack. Offerman’s number “30” is inscribed on the knob.
GAME-USED HOCKEY STICKS
All show solid game use with puck, board and surface marks, as well as tape lining the butt and/or blade of several. Includes:
Ray Bourque 1980-1988 “Sher-Wood P.M.P. 7030” left-handed stick
(3) Byron Dafoe “Itech Kevlar” left-handed goalie sticks
Adam Oates 1997-2004 “Sher-Wood S.O.P. 9950” right-handed stick
Felix Potvin “Koho” left-handed goalie stick
(2) 1989 Action Packed test Football Sealed Cases (each contains four 36-pack boxes)
(15) 1989 Pro Set Football complete sets (MT)
2008 Topps Football Patriots factory set
1977 Oakland raiders
1988 Cleveland Browns
1990s Pittsburgh Pirates game-used batting helmet
Marty Barrett signed display (framed to 13-1/4 x 19-1/8” with Red Sox payroll check and signed photograph
Ted Williams 2007 McFarlane statue (Mint-in-package)
Vanderbilt game-worn football helmet (padding removed, only the shell remains)