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1955-60 Harmon Killebrew Signed Game Used Early Career Bat

1955-60 Harmon Killebrew Signed Game Used Early Career Bat

Hall of Famer and 11-time American League All Star Harmon Killebrew used this Louisville Slugger model D2 bat during the earlier part of his Major League career, sometime between 1955 and 1960, when he played for the Washington Senators before they moved the franchise to Minnesota and became the Twins. Measuring 35" in length and weighing 33.5 oz., the bat shows nice game use and is uncracked. There is a large chip in the knob and several dings appear in the barrel. Harmon Killebrew has signed the bat in black Sharpie on the barrel below the facsimile signature. Great collectible from this member of the 500 Home Run Club whose number "3" has been retired by the Minnesota Twins.

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