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1973-75 Mickey Stanley Detroit Tigers Game-Used Bat, Signed, with Full MEARS Authentication

Outstanding signed gamer from Mickey Stanley, a perennial Gold Glove outfielder and mainstay of all the great Tiger teams of the era, including the 1968 World Series champions. He came on board in 1964 and spent his entire 15 year career in the Motor City. Offered is Mickey's 35", 33 oz personal model O16 Louisville Slugger. It exhibits light, even game use, including green rack marks, and gorgeous overall patina. This is a beautiful vintage bat, offering tremendous eye-appeal as well as a perfect autograph inked on the barrel in black sharpie, with "1968 World Champs" added. Bat is authenticated by the experts at MEARS and signature is verified as genuine by James Spence. MEARS and JSA authenticity stickers are affixed to barrel end.


100% Authentic Team, JSA Authentication, MEARS

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