Employed during contests on the sandlots and at Major League venues, these baseball bats and gloves include vintage and modern examples. Extensive use shows throughout with highlights including Game-Used Bats: (3) with Baerga (1986-1989 LS "K75"), Cameron (1999-2001 Rawlings-Adirondack "491B"), and R. Jackson (32oz/34" 1980-1982 Adirondack "288RJ" block-letter model with 9-1/2" slice of wood missing from hitting surface); Vintage Store Model Gloves: (42) including (4) 1950s "OK Sunnet" fielder's models and a 1960s "Wilson" Harmon Killebrew signature model (unused, in original retail box). Note: three of the gloves are accompanied by their vintage retail containers, which are beyond repair as the result of a fire at the annex of the consignor's house that left soot residue on the contents of this lot. Additionally, several autographs in this lot were adversely affected by said fire. A detailed listing is available on our website.
Including (4) 34" "Major League Team Series" commemorative models with Atlanta Braves, Chicago White Sox, Detroit Tigers and Toronto Blue Jays; and (2) 1993 All-Star Game bats (one brown and one tan)
Pro Model Bat
a (35-oz/34") Louisville Slugger "C263" Vince Coleman 1983-1985 signature model (no use)
Store Model Bats
(3) with a Wade Boggs mini-bat, a Rusty Staub Sears (33") block-letter model and a Ted Williams (35") Louisville Slugger "W215" signature model
Store Model Gloves (2) Folsom catcher's mitts; Higgins signature models of Slaughter (autographed) and Traynor; MacGregor gloves to include Mays signature model (left-handed) and a 1st baseman's mitt (no player name); OK Mf'g Co. (3) including a Spahn signature model (lef-handed, autographed) and (2) fielder's gloves; Rawlings (7) with signature models of Boyer, (2) R. Jackson, Marion, Mathews (autographed), Schmidt and Snider; Sonnett (2) with a Runnells signature model and a left-handed 1st baseman's model; Spalding (5) with signature models of (2) Berra (both autographed), DiMaggio, Rizzuto (left-handed) and Ryan; Trusport Tony Piet signature model; Ted Williams Brand fielder's glove; Wilson (7) with signature models to include Kaline (left-handed), Greengrass, Horton, Killebrew, Noren, Pena (catcher's mitt) and Vernon (1st baseman'ws mitt). Additionally, there are Dickey (catcher's mitt) and Ford signature model examples (brands unknown) and (9) vintage gloves whose identifiers have long-since become obscured.