KILLER Antique KEN BOYER 1950s H & B Old Vintage Baseball Bat SUPER CIRCA Early
Up for sale is an absolutely beautiful & RARE OLD vintage antique 1950s player endorsed Louisville Slugger y one of the all time great Saint Louis Cardinal (number retired and in the cardinals Hall of Fame) KEN BOYER Genuine Louisville Slugger player endorsed baseball bat check out the deep stamping at bat head with the facsimile autograph of KEN BOYER Louisville Slugger Model 125 Hillerich & Bradsby Co. This beautiful light tan Louisville slugger Hillerich & Bradsby Co. Deeply embossed just below (see several photos). The knob of the bat has the number 35 stamped into (note: bat length or number 35).
35 depicts the length of the adult size solid antique baseball bat!! The wood grain has a beautiful overall finish and the wood grain throughout is beautiful - NO cracks in this beaut and this large barrel bat is quite heavy as well!! The knob is about 100% complete - see close up photos for a better overall visual to add to the description above. The circa very old rare antique KEN BOYER BASE BALL BAT has super clean grain and is a very clean/thick and smooth & heavy vintage base ball bat (see all photos - this BEAUT displays wonderfully) and would look sweet displayed in your office, sports room, or den and would be a great addition to any sports memorabilia collection and conversation piece.
All sales must be paid for within 5 days of sale end date or the sale will be voided. Good luck and thank you for looking! Kenton Lloyd "Ken" Boyer (May 20, 1931 September 7, 1982) was an American Major League Baseball (MLB) third baseman, coach and manager who played on the St. Louis Cardinals, New York Mets, Chicago White Sox, and Los Angeles Dodgers for 15 seasons, 1955 through 1969. Died: September 7, 1982 (aged 51).
When Boyer hit 255 home runs, he was second to Stan Musial (475) with Cardinal career home runs; he held the team record for a right-handed hitter from 1962 until Albert Pujols passed him in 2007. Boyer also led the NL in double plays five-times and in fielding average once, and he retired among the all-time leaders in games (sixth, 1,785), assists (sixth, 3,652) and double plays (third, 355) at third base. The item "KILLER Antique KEN BOYER 1950s H & B Old Vintage Baseball Bat SUPER CIRCA Early" is in sale since Saturday, September 26, 2020.
- Year: 1950s World Series Champion
- Player: Ken Boyer - Saint louis Cardinals HOF - Number Retired
- Original/Reproduction: Original
- Team: Number Retired And League MVP
- Vintage: Yes