All aspects of this unused, "K55" model lumber are consistent with bats ordered by the New York Yankees from 1961-1963. The "K55" model was ordered frequently by Mantle during his career.
Enormous Stan Musial Single Signed Bats Collection (64)
A collection of 64 store model bats, each boldly penned along the barrel by diamond legend Stan Musial. The vast majority of the bats are signed in either blue or black Sharpie, and the brilliant scriptings generally project "9-10" strength.
Willie Mays 1956 Louisville Slugger Game Used Bat
A 35", 35-1/2-oz. Louisville Slugger bat used by Willie Mays during the 1956 season. The "W173" model bat carries hit marks about the barrel.
Barry Bonds 1997 All-Star Game Issued N.L. All-Stars Team Signed Bat (25 Signatures!)
This unused, 34", 30.5-oz "Barry Bonds" signature model H&B lumber was issued as a 1997 All-Star Game commemorative. The All-Star Game's logo is present between the centerbrand and barrel stamping in a brilliant gold hue, and decorating this area of the bat are the signatures of twenty-five N.L. All-Stars. The gold ink scriptings range in strength from about "7-10" with a few lesser. Highlights include Jeff Barry Bonds and Tony Gwynn.
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Andy Pettitte 2000 World Series New York Yankees Game Worn Home Jersey
Yankees pitcher Andy Pettitte dressed in this Bombers home jersey during the 2000 World Series. That year's Fall Classic patch is sewn to the right sleeve,. During the 2000 World Series, Pettitte pitched in Games 1 and 5.
Mickey Mantle 1956 New York Yankees Signed Replica Jersey
Tailored to resemble Mickey Mantle's 1956 New York Yankees home jersey, this cream-colored button-down Mitchell & Ness garment features a blue pinstripe pattern, "NY" sewn to the left breast in blue felt, and "7" sewn to the back in like fashion. Mantle's signature and inscription of "No. 7" show "perfect 10" strength. Embroidered at the front right tail is the year "1956" and a limited edition identifier of "Greer Johnson Collection 47 of 60."
Ron Fairly 1963 Los Angeles Dodgers Game Used Road Jersey
Ron Fairly wore this Los Angeles Dodgers road jersey during the club's World Championship season of 1963. The gray flannel jersey is lettered "Los Angeles" across the front and features the number "6" on the left breast and reverse. The front letters and reverse numeral are appliquéd in blue felt, and the front numeral is present in red felt. Light to medium wear.
1930s Dizzy and Daffy Dean NMIB Baseball Play Suit
Offered is a rare Near Mint in Box example of Sackman Bros.' Yankiboy brand "Official Dizzy and Daffy Dean Base Ball Play Suit" (No. 2035). No date appears anywhere on the item, but it is obvious that this is a 1930s product. The play suit is done in road uniform gray with burgundy piping. A black line graphic of crossed bats and balls appears on the back of the jersey, below the printed names "Dizzy - Daffy." There is also a 4"-wide circular felt decoration on the