1971-1977 Brooks Robinson Game-Used Bat PSA/DNA 6 
Lot Number 427
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Former Baltimore Associated Press sports editor Gordon Beard once remarked, "Reggie Jackson has candy bars named after him. In Baltimore, people name their children after Brooks." The offered 1971-1977 Brooks Robinson Adirondack game-used bat is a distinguished tool of the trade from this Baltimore Orioles legend and is graded a GU 6 by PSA/DNA. This flame burned ash model 288RJ professional model stick weighs a hefty 36 ounces and measures a lengthy 35 inches. This well-preserved bat is uncracked and shows only light game usage. There are a few ball marks found on the left barrel, while the black ring around the top of the handle and center brand reveals moderate chipping. Also visible on the bat are black, red and green rack streaks. The model number is stamped on the knob while Brooksie’s jersey number (5) is penned in blue sharpie. This game remembrance from one of the greatest third basemen who ever lived comes with a full LOA from PSA/DNA. 
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