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This lot is closed for bidding. Bidding ended on 11/2/2013
Opened in 1902 at the corner of Grand Blvd. and Dodier Street in northern St. Louis, "Bill Veeck's House" hosted the AL Browns from 1909 - 1953 and the NL Cardinals from 1920 - 1966. The short porch in right field played to the strengths of Hall of Fame left-handed batters like Stan Musial and Babe Ruth. Thanks to the success of the Cards, the stadium hosted 10 World Series before being razed in 1966. This pristine, ash, 34-inch, Cooperstown Bat Co. Stadium Series bat bears a laser applique impression of St. Louis' Sportsman's Park. Four illustrious baseball feats by George Sisler, Rogers Hornsby, Ken Williams and Stan Musial are recounted next to the impression on the barrel. The image and copy are brown, the title "Sportsman's Park" and "Hand Finished Commemorative Bat" are red. The knob is engraved with "252." The handle is encircled with a red band with "Stadium Series" written in black. Stan Musial boldly signed on the barrel's sweet spot in vivid blue Sharpie. A COA from PSA/DNA (#U69521) accompanies this item.
Stan Musial Signed Cooperstown Bat
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Minimum Bid: $100.00
Final prices include buyers premium.: $258.75
Number Bids: 6
Auction closed on Saturday, November 2, 2013.
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