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Baseball’s all-time home run leader swung this special piece of lumber during the famous 2001 campaign in which he set MLB’s single-season record with 73 dingers. What Barry Lamar Bonds did that year in a Giants uniform was simply remarkable, even regardless of the steroid allegations. In only 476 official at-bats due to being pitched around so often that he walked 177 times, Bonds batted .328 and went deep every 6.5 at-bats, eventually surpassing Mark McGwire’s single-season mark of 70.

The SAM Bat Company “Bonds 2K1” professional model bat remains uncracked with some ball marks and stitch impressions visible on the barrel, along with cleat marks and a weighted donut impression. The handle is taped in a spiral pattern to enhance grip, a common trait among Bonds clubs from the era. The maple bat is 34” long and weighs 32 ounces (according to PSA/DNA paperwork). Its measurables and other numeric info are written in pen on the cupped barrel end. The bat has been photo-matched by End-to-End Photo Match to Barry at the plate on July 14, 2001, against the Seattle Mariners. Includes full LOA from John Taube of PSA/DNA (graded GU 8) with the photo-match confirmed.

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