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Old 07-27-2021, 07:34 PM
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just picked this up. Any idea in regards to year/era? Hopefully i will get it signed relatively soon.
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Old 07-28-2021, 05:29 AM
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Thanks for the quick reply!!
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Old 08-08-2021, 05:53 PM
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I have a Hanna Batrite Ruth bat that is the same as this one https://www.mearsonlineauctions.com/...lot101844.aspx with the exception of the number 55 following Ruthís name, mine is 56. Does anyone have any information regarding these numbers? Thanks Larry
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Old 08-08-2021, 08:21 PM
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I have a Hanna Batrite Ruth bat that is the same as this one https://www.mearsonlineauctions.com/...lot101844.aspx with the exception of the number 55 following Ruth’s name, mine is 56. Does anyone have any information regarding these numbers? Thanks Larry
Yours measures 36 inches? I believe Ruth was model five and the subsequent number denotes length. Haven't read up on it for a while but believe that's the case.

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1 Frank Frisch
2 Bucky Harris
3 Lloyd Waner
5 Babe Ruth
6 Tony Lazzeri
10. Rogers Hornsby
11 Lou Gehrig (old model)
13 Harry Heilman
14 Tris Speaker
15 Ty Cobb
16 Paul Waner
17 Leon Goslin
18 Hazen Cuyler
19 Ken Williams
20 Sam Crawford
21 George Sisler
23 Frank Schulte
30 Pat Crawford
31 Billy Rhiel
32 Dutch Legett
39 Cy Williams
40 Mickey Cochrane
41 Eddie Roush
42 Walter Halas
43 Travis Jackson
47 Jim Bottomley
48 Al Simmons
50 Busto
75 Joe Jackson
76 Jimmy Foxx
77 Lou Gehrig (new model)
80 Eddie Collins (not listed in the 1930 Batrite catalog)
82 Chuck Klein (not listed in the 1930 Batrite catalog)
83 Hack Wilson (not listed in the 1930 Batrite catalog)
HT Crabtree (not listed in the 1930 Batrite catalog)

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Old 08-08-2021, 11:20 PM
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Yes, it is 36". Thanks for the quick reply. - Larry
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Old 08-09-2021, 12:37 AM
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Default Roy Gleason

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Old 08-09-2021, 05:33 AM
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Nice bat, Doug
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Nice Jeter. I agree that those are tough to get at an affordable price. When I had my 1998 Yankees gamers, I used a Shawn Jeter gamer as place spot for Jeter when I displayed them. Couldn't go wrong with the $10 price tag either.
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Old 08-13-2021, 11:11 AM
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Those McGwire bats are great

Here's a Javy Lopez

2001-03 C271 Lopez by Greg Martin, on Flickr
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Here's a few of my most recent GU bat pickups. A Hank Allen gamer, Bob Swift which is cool because he was the catcher when Eddie Gaedel pinch hit for the Browns, and a Fred McGriff bat.
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Ron! you must have a tremendous collection. Thanks for posting those bats.

Here is a recent pick up: a Roger Bresnahan Spalding model. Of course, there doesn't seem to be anything that puts this particular bat in old Roger's hands. Does anyone happen to recognize the pattern of the scoring on the barrel?
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Checked off another one on my 90's Yankees wish list!
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Ron! you must have a tremendous collection. Thanks for posting those bats.

Here is a recent pick up: a Roger Bresnahan Spalding model. Of course, there doesn't seem to be anything that puts this particular bat in old Roger's hands. Does anyone happen to recognize the pattern of the scoring on the barrel?
Awesome bat! I have the same model, so I just checked mine for scoring on the barrel. Lots of nicks and scratches, but I do not see anything like that.
Didn't some guys mark their hits? And others scored the barrel for better contact? I think I have a Reach Frisch with some vertical lines carved in, but not quite like that.
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Old 08-23-2021, 06:09 PM
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Checked off another one on my 90's Yankees wish list!
Amazing bat of a great player.
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Joey Votto MiLB bat. No mark on the knob. TPX on the reverse of the barrel. Anyone know how to research MiLB bats? He has used black bats for years.

I traded for the bat. It had been on ebay, but I got it thru a Facebook group.


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My guess would be very wrong.

What is the length/weight? Do you know if he ever used that model?

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Old 08-24-2021, 05:31 PM
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Ron! you must have a tremendous collection. Thanks for posting those bats.

Here is a recent pick up: a Roger Bresnahan Spalding model. Of course, there doesn't seem to be anything that puts this particular bat in old Roger's hands. Does anyone happen to recognize the pattern of the scoring on the barrel?

Thank you Mark. There's so many great collections and items on this thread. I love the Bresnahan bat. It's on my want list as well. Congrats!
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Old 08-24-2021, 10:07 PM
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My guess would be very wrong.

What is the length/weight? Do you know if he ever used that model?
Here is the same model bat in a Goldin Auctions, labeled game used.

https://goldinauctions.com/mobile/lo..._inscribed_lou

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Picked this up today. Looks like it dates to 1925, his last year in the majors, and is potentially a gamer. It's 34.5" long and weighs 36.5 oz. I haven't been able to find another example of one of his bats in my brief online search. Any opinions? Thoughts?
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Nice looking bat. I don't know anything about comparable Veach bats, but I would think that any Tiger collector would love to have one. The label could be from '25, or maybe the late 20's, but that wouldn't rule out the possibility that Veach used it. He played in 560 games for Toledo between 1927 and 1929.
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Picked this up today. Looks like it dates to 1925, his last year in the majors, and is potentially a gamer. It's 34.5" long and weighs 36.5 oz. I haven't been able to find another example of one of his bats in my brief online search. Any opinions? Thoughts?
Labeling is 1925-28 based on the center label. If there aren't any inch marks, that's a pro bat for sure. Very nice!
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Tim.......no inch marks on the knob, so that's a good sign. Thanks!
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