(3) Game-Used 3000 Hit Club Bats with Boggs, Brett and Henderson 
Lot Number 275
Quantity: Bid Starts: 03/17/2008 10:00:00 
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The 3000 hit club is an exclusive fraternity open only to baseball’s finest batsmen. Offered are game-used bats from three members of that elite club, Wade Boggs, George Brett and Rickey Henderson. The 1993-1997 Boggs Louisville Slugger Model B349 (30.7oz/34-3/8”) is uncracked and has been graded GU 7. This bat shows slight use, ball impressions and blue ink transfers on the barrel. There is a light coat of pine tar on the brand logo, and the knob is taped. Boggs’ number 12 is written in black marker on the knob and the top of the barrel, which contains a blue marker autograph (“10”, ‘94’ W.S.C. Champ). The 1985-1988 Henderson Worth Model WC129 bat (31.6oz/34.5”) has been graded GU 7 and shows extensive game use with a cracked handle. The barrel contains numerous ball marks, and the rest of the bat shows bat rack streaks and cleat marks. The handle has a moderate coat of pine tar. The knob contains Henderson’s number 24 in black marker and is stamped with Henderson’s initials, the length of the bat and the model number. The right barrel has been signed in blue marker (“9”, #24). The Brett Louisville Slugger Model T85 (35oz./33-3/4”) shows slight use. The bat contains bat rack streaks and a light coat of pine tar on the bottom and top of the handle. Brett’s initials GB and number 5 are written on the knob in black marker, and the barrel has been signed by Brett in black marker (“8”). The Boggs and Henderson bats come with full LOAs, and the Brett bat comes with an auction COA from PSA/DNA. The autographs come with an auction COA from James Spence Authentication. 
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