Enos Slaughter Game Used Bat
Hillerich & Bradsby model M110, from the 1958 season, exhibits evidence of outstanding use with a handle crack that has been secured. Slight checking (grain swelling) from repeated ball contact is visible on the right barrel. Many ball marks are visible on all sides of the barrel. Cleat marks can be seen on the right and left barrel. Also visible on the bat are green and blue bat rack streaks. The model number (M110) is stamped into the knob and Slaughter’s number (17) is written on the knob in black paint.
This Enos Slaughter professional model bat was obtained from Scott MacDougal, who along with his brother, were batboys for the Washington Senators in 1958 and 1959. In 1958 the were batboys for the visiting teams and during that year Slaughter cracked his bat when the Yankees faced the Senators at Griffith Stadium in Washington, DC.
A great bat of this Hall of Fame right-fielder!
The bat is accompanied by a PSA/DNA Letter of Authenticity.
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