This arsenal of (6) white ash weapons includes game-used and/or autographed models from some of the game’s recent stars. Includes: R. Alomar (1996-1998, signed); Boggs (1986-1989); Griffey, Jr. (store model, signed); J. Rice (1980-1983); Sax (1992-1993, signed); Trammell (1983-1985). More on our website.
Roberto Alomar a 1996-1998 “KC Slammer” (32.4-oz/35”) model with a glossy black “Smith” finish, the bat is signed by Alomar in silver marker (“9” strength, inscribed “12”) on the barrel. Uncracked, the item shows light use with ball and stitch marks on the barrel and scoring on the handle.
Wade Boggs a 1986-1989 Louisville Slugger (35-oz/34-1/8”) “B349” signature model. Uncracked with a cupped end, the lumber shows moderate use with ball, bat-rack and surface marks throughout, as well as scoring on the handle.
Ken Griffey, Jr. a 1991-1997 Louisville Slugger (28.2-oz/34”) “C271” signature model retail bat with a cupped end and black “Smith” finish. The item is signed by Griffey in silver marker (“9” strength) between the center brand and barrel stampings.
Jim Rice a 1980-1983 Louisville Slugger (34-oz/36”) “M110” signature model war club with a tan handle and brown barrel. Uncracked, the item shows moderate use with ball and surface marks throughout, as well as scoring.
Steve Sax a 1992-1993 Louisville Slugger (32-oz/35”) “S2” signature model bat signed in black marker (“7-8” strength) between the center brand and barrel stampings. Uncracked, the weapon shows tremendous use with ball and deeply embedded stitch marks about the barrel, as well as transposed OAL ball stampings. The knob is home to a black marker notation of Sax’ number “7.”
Alan Trammell a 1983-1985 Louisville Slugger (33-oz/34-1/2”) “D143” signature model. The item shows heavy use with ball and bat-rack marks about the hitting surface, as well as transposed OAL ball stampings. A lengthy handle crack is partially obscured by a 12” layer of tape. The flare knob and barrel end are home to a black marker notations of Trammell’s number “3.”