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The Last P72 Bat
The Lat P72 Baseball Bat


  Derek Jeter Game Used Louisville Slugger P72 Bat
  Derek Jeter Game Used Baseball Bat   
 
  • LABELING PERIOD - 2004-2006
  • MANUFACTURER - Hillerich & Bradsby
  • MODEL NUMBER - P72
  • WOOD - ASH
  • FINISH - BLACK
  • LEGNTH - 34"
  • WIEGHT - 31.1 ounces
  • PRICE GUIDE - $3,500.00.-$4,2000.00
 
 
NOTES:
 
   This is a Derek Jeter Louisville Slugger model P72, Game Used bat. The bat from the 2004 season with the Yankees, exhibits deep stitch, and lace marks especially above the barrel stamp. The bat handle features heavy Mota Stick, and the TPX logo on the sweet spot. The bat is accompanied by a PSA/DNA Letter of Authenticity. It has been given a grade of A8 by MEARS: Authenticated bat with heavy use, and multiple player characteristics present. The bat features cleat marks, and bat rack marks as well.

  Louisville Slugger created the P72 model in 1954 for Leslie Wayne Pinkham. It became one of professional baseballs most popular bats. Hall of Famers Cal Ripken Jr. and Robin Yount are among the players who have used the P72 over the years. On September 24, 2014 Louisville Slugger did something that itís never done in its 130 years in the game. It retired a bat model in honor of a player. In an unprecedented display of respect and admiration from a sporting goods manufacturer, Louisville Slugger Retired Derek Jeterís famous P72. In it's place the bat was renamed the bat DJ2 in honor of Jeter. The remaining stock of P72's were donated to Jeter's turn 2 foundation.

 
  Derek Jeter Game Used P72 Bat - Buy it Now !  
 
Derek Jeter Game Used Louisville Slugger P72 Bat
Derek Jeter Game Used P72 Baseball Bat
MLB/TPX Logos on back of the Barrel

Derek Jeter Game Used Baseball bat
Bat handle features heavy Mota Stick

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