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Washington Nationals Game-Used Bat Lot of (15)

Lot Number 646

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Transplanted to the Nation’s Capital in 2005, the remnants of the first-ever Major League Canadian team became the Washington Nationals and have since made four postseason appearances. These (15) bats were brandished by Nats players during the franchise’s run in D.C. Includes:

 

Matt den Dekker: 2015-2016 Old Hickory (33”, 33.5-oz) block-letter “GB2” maple model with a tan handle, black barrel and cupped end. Moderate use is evident with ball and stitch impressions on the hitting surface, an H-shaped handle crack, pine-tar residue and a 10” layer of athletic tape on the handle, as well as a team-issued "21" decal adhered to the knob. MLB Authentication hologram.

Ian Desmond: a 2012-2015 Louisville Slugger (34”, 33.2-oz) “D200” block-letter model with a black “Smith” finish, silver-colored identifiers and a cupped end. Phenomenal game use is evident with ball and deeply embedded stitch marks about the hitting surface, as well as grain swelling and checking on all sides of the barrel and just below the center brand. The knob is home to a team-issued decal with Desmond’s number “20.”

Wilmer Difo: from the 2015 season labeling period, this Sam Bat (33-3/4”, 34.3-oz) “JR7” block-letter model maple bat features a brown barrel, tan handle and partially cupped end. Solid use is evident with ball, stitch and surface marks throughout, as well as a lengthy handle crack that extends to the barrel. There is pine tar residue and a criss-cross layer of tape on the handle.

Stephen Drew: 2015 Rawlings-Adirondack (34”, 33.9-oz) signature model weapon with a black barrel, tan handle, cupped end and Drew’s “DIRT” moniker engraved on the knob. Moderate use is evident with surface marks about the barrel, as well as pine-tar residue and a crack along the handle. Note: this bat was used during the early portion of Drew’s 2015 campaign with the New York Yankees (he played for the Nationals in 2016-2017). Accompanying is an LOA from Steiner Sports, as well as MLB Authentication and Steiner Sports holograms.

Danny Espinosa: a 2010-2016 T-Lumber (34”, 34.3-oz) “271M” block-letter model with a deep brown patina and cupped end. Moderate use is evident with surface marks about the barrel, pine-tar residue extending from the flare knob to the center brand decal, as well as two hairline cracks on the barrel.

Brian Goodwin: 2017-2018 DTB (33-1/2”, 35.5-oz) “JM5” block-letter maple model with a glossy black “Smith” finish, flare knob and cupped end. Light to moderate use is evident with ball and stitch marks about the barrel, as well as pine-tar residue along the handle, a hairline crack near the barrel and a team-issued “8” decal adhered to the knob. MLB Authentication hologram.

Scott Hairston: 2013 Marucci (35”, 35.9-oz) “LDM” block-letter model with “21” engraved on the knob. The uncracked weapon shows solid use with ball, bat-rack and stitch marks about the barrel, as well as transposed stampings from OML baseballs and a heavy coat of pine tar on the handle. The knob identifier, as well as a handwritten notation of “13” within the cupper barrel end, suggests that the bat was used by Hairston during the early portion of the season with the Chicago Cubs (he was traded to the Nationals on July 8). Between the center brand decal and barrel stampings, Hairston has signed in black marker (“8” strength) and inscribed “7.”  

Chris Heisey: 2016-2017 DS (34”, 34.6-oz) “CM7” block-letter white ash weapon with a cupped end. The uncracked model shows light use with ball and stitch impressions about the barrel, as well as transposed stampings from OML baseballs. An application of a gripping agent lines the handle, while the knob features a team-issued “14” decal. MLB Authentication decal.

Adam Lind: 2017 Sam Bat (34”, 35.5-oz) “PW” block-letter maple model is uncracked and shows moderate use with ball and surface marks about the barrel, as well as a heavy application of a gripping agent on the handle’s upper portion. MLB Authentication hologram.

Jose Lobaton: 2014-2017 Victus (34”, 34.2-oz) “YE16” block-letter maple weapon with a team-issued “59” decal on the knob. The lumber shows light use with ball and stich impressions on the barrel and a lengthy handle crack.

Ben Revere: wielded during the 2016 season, this Louisville Slugger (33-3/4”, 34.4-oz) “M110” signature model features a glossy black “Smith” finish and a team-issued “9” decal on the knob. Uncracked, the lumber shows moderate use with ball and deeply embedded stitch marks about the hitting surface, as well as transposed stampings from OML baseballs and a generous coat of Mota Stick on the upper portion of the handle. MLB Authentication hologram.   

Steven Souza, Jr.: 2014 Chandler (34”, 35.1-oz”) “D13LE” block-letter maple model with a rust-colored finish and cupped end. The uncracked model shows light to moderate use with ball and surface marks about the barrel and an ample application of pine tar along the handle.

Michael Taylor: 2015 Chandler (34”, 35.4-oz) “MT3” signature model maple bat with a maroon finish and cupped end. The uncracked lumber shows heavy use with ball and surface marks throughout, as well as pine-tar residue about the handle and a team-issued "3" decal adhered to the knob.

Dan Uggla: a 2015 Marucci (33-1/2”, 35-oz) “DU-26” block-letter model with a cupped end, black handle and maroon barrel. The uncracked bat shows solid use with ball and stitch impressions about the hitting surface, as well as a heavy application of pine tar on the handle and a team-issued "26" decal adhered to the knob. MLB Authentication hologram.

Jordan Zimmerman: 2009-2015 Dinger (33-1/2”, 31.8-oz) “K243” block-letter white ash model with a cupped end. Uncracked, the bat shows light use with ball and surface marks about the barrel, as well as transposed stampings from OML baseballs. Between the center brand decal and barrel stampings, Zimmerman has signed in blue marker (“8” strength) and inscribed “27.” Additionally, “27” is inscribed on the knob and cupped end.

 



 
 
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