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Tommy John Collection of Game-Used, Game-Ready and Pro Model Bats   23 Lots       »   



Lot 56.  PSA/DNA-Authenticated Hank Aaron Game-Ready Bat from Tommy John’s Collection. This uncracked 1975-76 Adirondack 229A bat is game-ready. The model number is stamped into the knob, which shows light sanding, and Aaron’s No. 44 is written on the top of the barrel in black marker. The back has two mounting holes that could easily be repaired. The 34 7/8” ash bat weighs 33.4 ounces and has a standard finish. It comes with LoA from PSA/DNA and Tommy John.
Winning Bid $587.


Lot 57.  PSA/DNA-Authenticated Johnny Bench Game-Used Bat from Tommy John’s Collection. This uncracked 1977-79 Hillerich & Bradsby B278 bat shows excellent use, including several ball marks and stitch impressions on the left and back barrel. There are red and green bat rack marks on the front, right and left barrel and handle, which has light traces of pine tar. Bench’s No. 5 is written in black ink on the top of the barrel. The 35.5” ash bat weights 32.7 ounces and is flame burned. The back has two mounting holes that could easily be repaired, and the knob has been lightly sanded. The bat comes with a Letter of Authenticity from both PSA/DNA and Tommy John.
Winning Bid $711.


Lot 58.  George Brett Professional Model Tommy John Collection Bat Authenticated by PSA/DNA. This Hillerich & Bradsby T85 bat was produced for Brett between 1977 and 1979. There are red bat rack marks on the left barrel. The back has two mounting holes that could easily be repaired, and the knob has been lightly sanded. The ash bat has a standard finish, is 34.5” long and weighs 31.8 ounces. LoAs from PSA/DNA and John.
Winning Bid $110.


Lot 59.  Lou Brock Professional Model Tommy John Collection Bat Authenticated by PSA/DNA. This Hillerich & Bradsby K75 bat was produced for Brock between 1977 and 1979. There are blue bat rack marks on the left barrel. The back has two mounting holes that could easily be repaired, and the knob has been lightly sanded. The ash bat has a flamed burned finish, is 34.25” long and weighs 32.7 ounces. LoAs from PSA/DNA and John. MB $200.
Winning Bid $220.


Lot 60.  Carlton Fisk Hillerich & Bradsby M110 Professional Model Bat from Tommy John. This uncracked 34” bat shows light use, with baseball stitch marks and ball marks on the barrel. There appears to be some tar residue on the knob and the end of the handle. The 1977-79 bat has two mounting holes on the back that could easily be repaired. In 1972, Fisk was selected unanimously as the A.L. Rookie of the Year. When he retired in 1993, he had hit more home runs than any other catcher. The bat comes with a Letter of Provenance from John, who obtained the bat directly from Fisk during 1978-83.
Winning Bid $924.


Lot 61.  Steve Garvey Hillerich & Bradsby C263 Professional Model Bat from Tommy John. This uncracked 35” game-ready 1977-79 bat has Garvey’s number on the top of the barrel. Two mounting holes on the back could easily be repaired. The 1974 N.L. MVP, Garvey was a 10-time All-Star who batted at least .280 for 13 consecutive seasons. The bat comes with a Letter of Provenance from John, who obtained it directly from Garvey during 1978-83.
Winning Bid $100.


Lot 62.  PSA/DNA-Authenticated Reggie Jackson Game-Ready Bat from Tommy John’s Collection. This uncracked 1977-79 Adirondack 288RJ bat is game-ready. Blue bat rack streaks are visible on the back barrel and handle. The model number is stamped into the knob, which shows light sanding, and Jackson’s No. 44 is written on the top of the barrel in black marker. The back has two mounting holes that could easily be repaired. The 34.5” ash bat weighs 32.9 ounces and has a flame burned finish. According to the PSA/DNA Letter of Authenticity, the bat “was game prepped by the New York Yankees or Reggie Jackson.” The bat comes also with a LoA from Tommy John. MB $100.
Winning Bid $321.


Lot 63.  Tommy John Autographed Hillerich & Bradsby W240 Professional Model Bat. John’s signature is mint 9 on this uncracked 1977-79 bat, which shows light use and has his No. 25 on the top of the knob. Two mounting holes on the back of the bat could easily be repaired. John has provided a Letter of Authenticity with the bat. Autograph authenticated by Kevin Keating. MB $100.
Winning Bid $100.


Lot 64.  Tommy John Autographed 1976 Hillerich & Bradsby J103 Game-Ready Pro Model Bat. Bold nm-m 8 John signature on the barrel of the 35” bat, which has his number on the top of the barrel. The “n” in the autograph is slightly smudged. Three mounting holes on the back of the bat could easily be repaired. The bat comes with a Letter of Authenticity from John. Kevin Keating authenticated the autograph. MB $100.
Winning Bid $180.


Lot 65.  Dave Kingman 1976 Hillerich & Bradsby M110 Game-Used Bat. During the 1970s and 1980s, “King Kong” was one of baseball’s most feared sluggers. He hit more than 30 home runs in four seasons, including 48 in 1979. This uncracked 35.5” bat, which has Kingman’s number inside the concave barrel end, exhibits both ball and cleat marks. On the back, two mounting holes could easily be repaired. The bat comes with a Letter of Provenance from John, who obtained it directly from Kingman during 1978-83.
Winning Bid $472.


Lot 66.  Fred Lynn Hillerich & Bradsby D113 Pro Model Bat from Tommy John’s Collection. John received this 34” 1977-79 bat directly from Lynn during 1978-83. It has two mounting holes on the back that could easily be repaired. Lynn launched his major league career by capturing 1975 Rookie of the Year and MVP honors with the Boston Red Sox. He was an All-Star in each of his first nine full seasons. When he retired, he had achieved a .283 career batting average, driven in 1,116 runs and earned three Gold Gloves. He is in the Red Sox and College Baseball Halls of Fame. The bat comes with a Letter of Provenance signed by John. MB $60.
Winning Bid $60.


Lot 67.  PSA/DNA-Authenticated Joe Morgan Game-Used Bat from Tommy John’s Collection. Used sometime from 1977-79, this Hillerich & Bradsby S44 bat shows light use, with a few ball marks and ball stitch impressions on the left and back barrel. Morgan’s No. 8 is written in black marker on the top of the barrel of the 34.5” ash bat, which weighs 31.6 ounces. The back has two mounting holes that could easily be repaired, and the knob has been lightly sanded. The bat comes with Letters of Authenticity from PSA/DNA and Tommy John.
Winning Bid $267.


Lot 68.  Eddie Murray Professional Model Bat Signed by 14 1985 Orioles Including the Ripkens. This 35.5” Louisville Slugger R161 model 1983-85 bat shows game use and has Murray’s number on the knob and top of the barrel. Three autographs in sharpie stand out boldly – those of Murray (clubhouse), Cal Ripken Jr. and Rich Dauer. The Murray and Ripken signatures are nm-m 8. The others are lighter in silver: Cal Ripken (Sr.), Rick Dempsey, Mike Boddicker, Leo Hernandez, Larry Sheets, Tippy Martinez, Dennis Martinez, Jim Dwyer, Nate Snell and several others. These signatures average ex to ex-m. The bat is from Tommy John’s collection and comes with a Letter of Authenticity from John.
Winning Bid $198.


Lot 69.  Boog Powell Hillerich & Bradsby 016 Professional Model Bat from Tommy John. The uncracked game-ready 35” bat has Powell’s uniform number on the top of the barrel and the knob. A four-time All-Star, Powell was the A.L.’s MVP in 1970. He belted more than 30 home runs four times. On the back, this 1977-79 bat has four small mounting holes that could easily be repaired. There is some glue on the right barrel. John, who obtained this bat directly from Powell during 1978-83, has provided a Letter of Provenance.
Winning Bid $134.


Lot 70.  PSA/DNA-Authenticated Frank Robinson Game-Used Bat from Tommy John’s Collection. The Hillerich & Bradsby 1972 R182 ash bat shows a few ball marks and ball stitch impressions on the left barrel. It measures 35”, weighs 35.3 ounces, is uncracked and has a flame burned finish. Robinson’s uniform number, 36, is on the top of the barrel is sharpie. The knob has been lightly sanded, and three mounting holes are visible on the back, one on the handle, and two on barrel. They could easily be repaired. A Letter of Authenticity from PSA/DNA describes the bat as showing “evidence of game ready to light use.” Given personally by Robinson to John in 1972 when they played for the Dodgers, the bat also comes with an LoA from John.
Winning Bid $646.
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