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New York Yankees superstar Alex Rodriguez broke the Major League Baseball record for career grand slam home runs on September 20, 2013, when he passed Baseball Hall of Famer Lou Gehrig with his 24th career grand slam. He reached this unique milestone in baseball history in a 5-1 Yankees win over the San Francisco Giants at the new Yankee Stadium, hitting his seventh homer of the 2013 season in the seventh inning off George Kontos to right center, with two outs and the game tied 1-1.

Rodriguez was wearing these offered Nike Air cleats when he broke the record. They are black, with a white Nike swoosh applied to both sides of each cleat. Rodriguez’s personal logo is embroidered on the back of each cleat in white. His number “13” is sewn on each tongue. Nine metal spikes are located on the sole of each cleat. These shoes are covered in dirt stains from use during Rodriguez’s 24th career grand slam game.

Rodriguez has signed the toe of each shoe in white marker, inscribing “GS #24 9/20/13” on both below his signature. The signatures have faded slightly, however this does not affect the magnificent quality of these historic spikes. A-Rod finished his 22-year career with 25 Grand Slams, followed by Gehrig with 23 and Manny Ramirez with 21. The pair of shoes comes with a LOA from Rodriguez along with a color 4 x 6-inch photograph of him signing the shoes.

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Minimum Bid: $500.00
Final prices include buyers premium.: $1,599.00
Number Bids: 10
Auction closed on Sunday, August 11, 2019.
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