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This lot is closed for bidding. Bidding ended on 11/2/2013
During the 11-year period from 1959-1969, Washington Senators/Minnesota Twins slugger Harmon Killebrew hit 438 home runs, leading the American League six times in one of major league baseball’s greatest runs of sustained dominance. His 573 total round trippers rank him 11th all-time. “Killer” hit 41 home runs in 1970 and passed along this pair of black leather Wilson baseball spikes to a bat boy during the spring training season of 1971, who sold them to a collector in 1993. Weathered and worn, the insoles at the heels have disintegrated from extensive wear and reveal copper at the bottom. Killebrew wrote his number “3” and abbreviated name “Brew” in black marker on the inside of each tongue at opposite sides of the Wilson manufacturer’s label. Both shoes still contain black laces and six metal cleats are still intact. Killebrew signed both shoes on the outer side in shiny, legible silver Sharpie. A pair of tickets good for one autograph each at an event promoted by Twin Town Autographs of Minnesota and Sporstnews Productions of Illinois scheduled for Sept. 19, 1993 at The Met Sport Center in Bloomington, Minnesota, are stashed in one of the shoes; comes with two letters of authenticity written by the bat boy and previous purchaser and full PSA/DNA letter of authenticity for the signatures.
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Minimum Bid: $300.00
Final prices include buyers premium.: $1,760.65
Number Bids: 17
Auction closed on Saturday, November 2, 2013.
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