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1976 Pete Rose Bicentennial Game Bat (PSA LOA)

1976 Pete Rose Bicentennial Game Bat (PSA LOA)

Made during America's bicentennial for one of its favorite pastime's best players, this Hillerich & Bradsby bat is as patriotic as lumber gets. The ash bat was made for Pete Rose in 1976 - a year that was special beyond just the anniversary being celebrated. In '76, the Big Red Machine continued their demolition of the National League, winning their second consecutive World Series title with Rose at the center of it. The bat has a bicentennial Liberty Bell logo on the barrel and is uncracked. Rose's number "14" is written on the knob in black marker. It measures 35", weighs 33.4 oz., and comes with a PSA LOA.


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