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Lot # 1486 (of 1673)   < Previous Lot | Next Lot >

1986 New York Mets Signed Pro-Model Bat Collection (17)

Starting Bid - $1,000.00 , Sold For - $3,231.25

Offered here is an amazing collection of seventeen pro-model bats, each belonging to a different member of the 1986 World Champion New York Mets, including six scarce pitcher's bats. Ideally, ten of the bats have been signed by the respective player on the barrel. Each bat has been graded by MEARS and is accompanied by an individual LOA from the company. In our listing we have noted the manufacturing period, signature or block-letter stampings, model number, length, weight, amount of use, signature and/or inscription, cracks (if any), and MEARS grade. 1) Gary Carter 1988 NLCS Rawlings Block-Letter Model "113A GC," Bat. Specially stamped "NLCS 1988" on the barrel. 35 inches; 31.6 ounces; event-appropriate use; number "8" on the knob in black marker; signed "Gary Carter 1988" in black marker (grading "10"). Graded A10. 2) Daryl Strawberry 1985 Rawlings Block-Letter Model "113A" Bat. 35 inches; 32 ounces; moderate use; number "18" on the knob in black marker; signed "Best Wishes Daryl Strawberry" in blue Sharpie ("10"). Graded A8. 3) Dwight Gooden 1988 Louisville Slugger Block-Letter Model "M253" Bat. 34.75 inches; 30 ounces; heavy use, number "16" on the knob in black marker; signed ("9") in blue Sharpie. Graded A9. 4) Len Dykstra 1988-1989 Worth Block-Letter Model "WC135" Bat. Two-tone; 33.25 inches; 33.3 ounces; light use; number "4" on both the knob (black marker) and barrel end (white paint pen); signed ("4") in gold paint pen. Graded A6. 5) Wally Backman 1986-1989 Louisville Slugger Block-Letter Model "B350" Bat. 33.75 inches; 30.8 ounces; heavy use; number "58" on knob in silver paint pen (not Backman's number). Graded A5. 6) Ray Knight 1984-1985 Louisville Slugger Signature-Model "I13" Bat. 34 inches; 30.7 ounces; significant use; signed ("10") in blue Sharpie. Graded A8. 7) Tim Teufel 1986-1989 Louisville Slugger Signature-Model "W282" Bat. 33.75 inches; 28.5 ounces; heavy use; number "11" on the knob in black marker. Graded A9. 8) Howard Johnson 1992 Rawlings Block-Letter Model "454A" Bat. 34.75 inches; 31.3 ounces; significant use; number "20" on the knob in black marker. Graded 8.5. 9) Rafeel Santana 1986-1987 Louisville Slugger Signature-Model "C243" Bat. 33.75 inches; 29.7 ounces; significant use; blacked-out number on knob (possibly indicating use by another player); signed ("8") in blue Sharpie. Graded A5.5. 10) Kevin Elster 1987-1989 Louisville Slugger Block-Letter Model "S2" Bat. 33.75 inches; 30.8 ounces; significant use; number "21" on the knob in silver paint pen. Graded A8.5. 11) Lee Mazzilli 1983-1986 Rawlings Block-Letter Model "369B" Bat. 33.87 inches; 32 ounces; moderate use; "MAZ" written on knob. Graded A8. 12) Terry Leach 1989 Rawlings Block-Letter Model "454A" Bat. 35.5 inches; 31.2 ounces; light use; number "26" on knob in black marker; signed ("9") in blue Sharpie. Graded A7. 13) Bob Ojeda 1989 Rawlings Block-Letter Model "155B" Bat. 34 inches; 32.4 ounces; light use; number "19" on the knob in black marker; signed ("10"). Graded A7. 14) Jesse Orosco 1983-1985 Louisville Slugger Block-Letter Model "S2" Bat. 34 inches; 32.2 ounces; significant use; number "47" on the knob in black marker; signed "Jesse Orosco 47" in blue Sharpie ("9"). Graded A9. 15) Rick Aguilera 1985-1986 Rawlings Block-Letter Model "113B" Bat. 33.87 inches; 33.2 ounces; heavy use; number "38" on the knob in black marker; signed by Gary Carter in blue Sharpie ("10"). Graded A8. 16) Doug Sisk 1983-1988 Worth Block-Letter Model "W227" Bat. 33.75 inches; 34.6 ounces; light use; number "39 on the knob in black marker; signed "Doug Sisk #39" in blue Sharpie ("10"). Graded A7. 17) Sid Fernandez 1987 Rawlings Block-Letter Model "113B" Bat. 34 inches; 31.2 ounces; significant use; number "50" on the knob in faded black marker. Graded A8.5. This is a remarkable collection of extremely high quality game bats from players who were members of the legendary 1986 Mets. LOAs from Dave Bushing & Troy Kinunen/MEARS and James Spence/JSA. Total: 17 bats. Reserve $1,000. Estimate $2,500+. SOLD FOR $3,231.25


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