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Rare 1950-51 Aaron Robinson Yankees Tigers Game-Used Bat with Full MEARS Authentication

Rare Aaron Robinson personal model S69 Louisville Slugger, used by the All-Star and two-time World Series champion catcher during seasons 1950-51. He lost several prime years to the war but was the mainstay of the dominating postwar Dimaggio-led Yanks. Offers 35 inches of beautiful blonde ash and exhibits heavy game use, including heavy ball, stitch and rack marks, as well as the (repaired) handle crack which retired it from service. This very scarce postwar star gamer is accompanied by a nice full Letter of Authenticity from the experts at MEARS. It rates a solid grade of "A7" and will make a fine addition to any serious vintage game-used Yankees or Tigers collection.

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100% Authentic Team, MEARS

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