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Andre Ethier Los Angeles Dodgers Game Used 2007 Easton Bat MLB Authentic

This Easton bat was used by Los Angeles Dodgers All-Star outfielder, Andre Ethier during the 2007 season.

The bat model STIX E100 is cracked in the handle. The barrel shows several deep seam imprint marks and a nice ball mark as well. On the barrel end of the bat is Andre's number "16" written on in silver. On the knob end of the bat is "E100 16" in silver.

The bat was used by Andre during the beginning of the regular season through the game on April 7th in San Francisco. During that game Andre had a double in the third inning off of Giants hurler Russ Ortiz. The bat was cracked during the game and was authenticated by MLB (BB 508056).

This bat was obtained from the Los Angeles Dodgers. A letter of authenticity from California Sports Investments and a printout of the MLB Authentication will accompany this bat.


100% Authentic Team, Major League Baseball

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