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Harry Simpson Game Used Cracked Louisville Slugger Bat (PSA/DNA)

Harry Simpson was an African American outfielder and first baseman in Major League Baseball who played for the Cleveland Indians, Kansas City Athletics, New York Yankees, Chicago White Sox, and Pittsburgh Pirates in his eight-year career. He played in the World Series with the New York Yankees in 1957, which they lost.He was born in Atlanta, and died in Akron, Ohio. He was one of the earliest black players in the American League, playing first with the Cleveland Indians in 1951. Casey Stengel once called him the best defensive right fielder in the American League. That his nickname of "Suitcase" came from his being frequently traded during his playing career is a common misconception. According to the 1951 Cleveland Indians Sketch Book, he was called "Suitcase" by sportswriters after the Toonerville Trolley character, Suitcase Simpson, because of his size 13 shoe with feet as large as suitcases. This is years before his many trades. His real nickname was "Goody", which came from his willingness to run errands and help neighbors in his hometown of Dalton, Georgia. Featured in this lot if a game used bat worthy of Cooperstown. This Lousville Slugger shows appropriate aging which is significant for its time frame. Simpson's fascimile signature is etched into the bat towards the top above the words LOUSIVILLE SLUGGER. Additional markings include the traditinal Louisville Slugger oval logo, as well as "MADE IN USA", and the traditional "powerized" insignia right by the bats sweet spot. This bat show excellent use increasing its value, including a crack. This bat is authenticated by PSA/DNA and is sure to become a solid investment for its next owner as time goes by. He was born in Atlanta, and died in Akron, Ohio. He was one of the earliest black players in the American League, playing first with the Cleveland Indians in 1951. Casey Stengel once called him the best defensive right fielder in the American League. That his nickname of "Suitcase" came from his being frequently traded during his playing career is a common misconception. According to the 1951 Cleveland Indians Sketch Book, he was called "Suitcase" by sportswriters after the Toonerville Trolley character, Suitcase Simpson, because of his size 13 shoe with feet as large as suitcases. This is years before his many trades. His real nickname was "Goody", which came from his willingness to run errands and help neighbors in his hometown of Dalton, Georgia. Featured in this lot if a game used bat worthy of Cooperstown. This Lousville Slugger shows appropriate aging which is significant for its time frame. Simpson's fascimile signature is etched into the bat towards the top above the words LOUSIVILLE SLUGGER. Additional markings include the traditinal Louisville Slugger oval logo, as well as "MADE IN USA", and the traditional "powerized" insignia right by the bats sweet spot. This bat show excellent use increasing its value, including a crack. This bat is authenticated by PSA/DNA and is sure to become a solid investment for its next owner as time goes byRead more

  • USAUSA
  • 11d 19h
Low estimate
80 GBP

1964 Yankees Team Signed 27 sig Baseball PSA/DNA Graded 6.5

The 1964 New York Yankees season was the 62nd season for the Yankees. The team finished with a record of 99–63, winning their 29th pennant, finishing 1 game ahead of the Chicago White Sox. New York was managed by Yogi Berra. The Yankees played at Yankee Stadium. In the World Series, they were defeated by the St. Louis Cardinals in 7 games. Yogi Berra, taking over as manager from Ralph Houk, who in turn moved up to general manager, had a difficult early season, with many veterans missing games due to injury. Doubts about his ability to manage his former teammates were brought into the open with the Harmonica Incident in late August, in which he clashed with utility infielder Phil Linz on the team bus following a sweep by the Chicago White Sox that appeared to have removed the Yankees from pennant contention. The team rallied behind Berra afterwards, and won the pennant. However the incident may have convinced the team's executives to replace Berra with Johnny Keane, manager of the victorious Cardinals, after the season. This season is considered to be the endpoint of the "Old Yankees" dynasty that had begun with the Ruppert–Huston partnership and then continued with the Topping–Webb partnership. The Yankees would soon undergo ownership changes and front office turmoil, and would not be a serious factor in the pennant chase again until the early 1970s.This team signed baseball features 27 signatures including Pepitone, Berra, and Mickey Mantle. This highly valuable ball is worthy of Cooperstown and is graded by PSA a 6.5. This team signed baseball features 27 signatures including Pepitone, Berra, and Mickey Mantle. This highly valuable ball is worthy of Cooperstown and is graded by PSA a 6.5Read more

  • USAUSA
  • 11d 19h
Low estimate
160 GBP

1990 Pete Sampras US Open Match Used Tennis Racquet (First US Open

Pete Sampras debuted on the professional tour in 1988 and finished his career at the 2002 US Open, which he won, defeating rival Andre Agassi in the final. He was particularly esteemed for his precise serve, earning the nickname "Pistol Pete". Sampras became the first professional to break Roy Emerson's pre-Open Era record of 12 Grand Slam singles titles and retired with 14 titles (seven Wimbledon, five US Open, two Australian Open), a record since overtaken by Roger Federer and equaled by Rafael Nadal. He also won seven elite indoor titles (five ATP World Tour Finals and two Grand Slam Cups) and still holds the ATP record of six year-end No. 1 rankings, achieved consecutively from 1993 through 1998. Sampras' numerous accolades include a record six ATP Player of the Year awards and six ITF World Champion awards, a record as well. Together with Ken Rosewall, they are the only men to have won Grand Slam singles titles as a teenager, in their 20s, and in their 30s. In 2005, TENNIS Magazine named Sampras the greatest tennis player for the period 1965 through 2005, from its list "The 40 Greatest Players of the TENNIS Era". At 19 years and 28 days, Sampras became the youngest man ever to win the US Open. Sampras defeated two tennis greats in the quarterfinals and semi-finals to reach the finals. In the quarters, he beat out third-ranked Ivan Lendl in five sets to break Lendl’s streak of eight consecutive U.S. Open finals appearances. Up next was John McEnroe, who Sampras beat quite easily in four sets, setting up a final match against fourth-ranked Andre Agassi. This was a dream matchup, as both Sampras and Agassi were young, up-and-coming superstars in the world of tennis. The finals turned out to be anti-climactic, as Sampras thoroughly dominated Agassi, winning in straight sets, 6-4, 6-3, 6-2. The win gave Pete his first career Grand Slam title and he would go on to win 13 more for the all-time record of 14 career Grand Slam titles. However, in 2009 he was surpassed by Roger Federer who currently owns 17 career Grand Slam titles. Featured in this lot is a tennis racquet used by Sampras during his first US Open and Grand Slam victory in 1990. It was originally purchased at a silent auction charity fundraiser held at North Shore University Hospital in Manhasset, NY around 1990-1991 shortly after Sampras defeated Agassi in the US open to win his first ever Tennis Grand Slam . This black racket is a Wilson Pro Staff. It is made of super lightweight graphite kevlar material. It shows tremendous use, and is also autographed by Sampras on the handle. Sampras became the first professional to break Roy Emerson's pre-Open Era record of 12 Grand Slam singles titles and retired with 14 titles (seven Wimbledon, five US Open, two Australian Open), a record since overtaken by Roger Federer and equaled by Rafael Nadal. He also won seven elite indoor titles (five ATP World Tour Finals and two Grand Slam Cups) and still holds the ATP record of six year-end No. 1 rankings, achieved consecutively from 1993 through 1998. Sampras' numerous accolades include a record six ATP Player of the Year awards and six ITF World Champion awards, a record as well. Together with Ken Rosewall, they are the only men to have won Grand Slam singles titles as a teenager, in their 20s, and in their 30s. In 2005, TENNIS Magazine named Sampras the greatest tennis player for the period 1965 through 2005, from its list "The 40 Greatest Players of the TENNIS Era". At 19 years and 28 days, Sampras became the youngest man ever to win the US Open. Sampras defeated two tennis greats in the quarterfinals and semi-finals to reach the finals. In the quarters, he beat out third-ranked Ivan Lendl in five sets to break Lendl’s streak of eight consecutive U.S. Open finals appearances. Up next was John McEnroe, who Sampras beat quite easily in four sets, setting up a final match against fourth-ranked Andre Agassi. This was a dream matchup, as both Sampras and Agassi were young, up-and-coming superstars in the world of tennis. The finals turned out to be anti-climactic, as Sampras thoroughly dominated Agassi, winning in straight sets, 6-4, 6-3, 6-2. The win gave Pete his first career Grand Slam title and he would go on to win 13 more for the all-time record of 14 career Grand Slam titles. However, in 2009 he was surpassed by Roger Federer who currently owns 17 career Grand Slam titles. Featured in this lot is a tennis racquet used by Sampras during his first US Open and Grand Slam victory in 1990. It was originally purchased at a silent auction charity fundraiser held at North Shore University Hospital in Manhasset, NY around 1990-1991 shortly after Sampras defeated Agassi in the US open to win his first ever Tennis Grand Slam . This black racket is a Wilson Pro Staff. It is made of super lightweight graphite kevlar material. It shows tremendous use, and is also autographed by Sampras on the handleRead more

  • USAUSA
  • 11d 19h
Low estimate
2 000 GBP

1957 Elston Howard Game Used Cracked Louisville Slugger Professional

Elston Howard was the first African American player on the Yankees roster. He was named the American League's Most Valuable Player for the 1963 pennant winners after finishing third in the league in slugging percentage and fifth in home runs; becoming the first black player in American League history to win the honor. His #32 is retired by the Yankee organization. Featured in this lot if a game used bat worthy of Cooperstown. This Louisville Slugger shows appropriate aging which is significant for its time frame. Elston Howard's facsimile signature is etched into the bat towards the top above the words LOUISVILLE SLUGGER. Additional markings include the traditional Louisville Slugger oval logo, as well as "MADE IN USA", and the traditional "powered" insignia right by the bats sweet spot. This bat shows excellent use, increasing its value, including a significant crack. This bat is authenticated by PSA/DNA and is sure to become a solid investment for its next owner as time goes by. The bat comes from the late 1950's and is an early career Howard gamer. Featured in this lot if a game used bat worthy of Cooperstown. This Louisville Slugger shows appropriate aging which is significant for its time frame. Elston Howard's facsimile signature is etched into the bat towards the top above the words LOUISVILLE SLUGGER. Additional markings include the traditional Louisville Slugger oval logo, as well as "MADE IN USA", and the traditional "powered" insignia right by the bats sweet spot. This bat shows excellent use, increasing its value, including a significant crack. This bat is authenticated by PSA/DNA and is sure to become a solid investment for its next owner as time goes by. The bat comes from the late 1950's and is an early career Howard gamerRead more

  • USAUSA
  • 11d 19h
Low estimate
800 GBP

Martin Brodeur Vaughn 12-13 Game Used Pads (Pair) Photo Matched Getty

Offered in this lot ia a pair of game used Vaughn pads in Devils colors that were worn by New Jersey Devils legendary goalie Martin Brodeur during the 2012-13 season. In his 21-season tenure with the New Jersey Devils, he won three Stanley Cup championships and five Eastern Conference titles in 17 postseason campaigns. He also won two Olympic gold medals with Team Canada in the 2002 and 2010 Winter Olympic Games, as well as several other medals with Team Canada in other international competitions. Brodeur is widely regarded as one of the greatest goaltenders of all time. Brodeur holds numerous NHL and franchise records, including all-time regular season wins (691), losses (397), shutouts (125), and games played (1,266). He won at least 30 games in twelve straight seasons between 1995–96 and 2007–08 and is the only goalie in NHL history with eight 40-win seasons. He is a four-time Vezina Trophy winner, a five-time Jennings Trophy winner, a ten-time NHL All-Star, a Calder Memorial Trophy winner, and one of only two NHL goaltenders to score a goal in both the regular season and the playoffs.Sure to be the centerpiece of any Devils fans Hall of Fame worthy Collection, these pads are being offered directly from Martin's personal and private collection. These pads have been photomatched to Getty image #161774261. Item comes with Steiner Certification as well.Read more

  • USAUSA
  • 11d 19h
Low estimate
800 GBP

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