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This authenticated locker from historic Veterans Stadium in Philadelphia was used during the 2003 season by MLB stars including no-hit pitcher and two-time All-Star, Derek Lowe; two-time NL All-Star, Brian Giles; 2003 Gold Glove winner, Derrek Lee; 1996 no-hit pitcher and two-time All-Star, Al Leiter; 2003 AL and 2001 AL wins leader, Mark Mulder; and 500 Home Run Club Member, six-time NL MVP and 12-time All-Star, Barry Bonds. Veterans Stadium was imploded in March 2004 prior to the Phillies moving into their new home, Citizens Bank Park.
The picture illustrates the locker in its current shape. This locker requires refurbishing one side to make free standing and functional. Because of its specific "end" location within the clubhouse, this locker was attached to a concrete wall that has subsequently been removed. Wood planks will be installed on both the side and rear prior to shipping. A commemorative plaque will also be attached indicating the names of the various MLB stars that utilized this locker during the 2003 season at Veterans Stadium.
Winning bidder is solely responsible for arranging all transportation and shipping of the locker in addition to any and all transportation and shipping fees. Lockers are currently stored at a warehouse in Philadelphia, PA and all pickups must occur no later than Wednesday, August 11th. Winning bidder will relinquish all rights and receive no refund in the event a locker is not picked up by this date.
Pickup times are Monday through Friday from 9am to 5pm. Winning bidder will provide the Phillies a specific pick-up date and specific two-hour pickup window at least 48 hours in advance.
Please be aware lockers are extremely heavy and require special care. The Phillies are not responsible for any damages that may occur during the handling or transportation by third party transportation companies. Winning bidder should acquire transportation insurance, if desired. All sales final.
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