Bird fans will flock to this impressive collection of Baltimore Orioles equipment. The lot contains fifteen total pieces, including a signed, authentic batting helmet, two game-used jerseys, nine game-used bats, two store model bats and a full-sized All-Star bat. Game-used jerseys include a signed Lee May (“9”) 1979 Orioles button down road jersey featuring ’79 embroidered on the bottom right tag area and an early 1980s Rochester Red Wings unbuttoned jersey from an unidentified former Oriole farmhand, both showing solid usage. The nine game-used bats feature seven cracked examples, including Bonner, Nolan, Boyce, Krenchicki, Morales, De Cinces and Roenicke, while examples from Sakata and Lowenstein remain uncracked. Rounding out the bats are Cal Ripken Jr. and Eddie Murray store model Louisville Sluggers and a 1993 etched Orioles All-Star bat. The final piece of the lot is an Orioles (size 7-1/4) authentic batting helmet signed by twenty-one Orioles from various 1990s teams, including Palmeiro (“8”), Mussina (“8”), Devereaux (“9”), Olson (“9”) and Ripken Jr. (clubhouse). No Birds fan should let this superb game-used and equipment lot pass them by. Please visit our website for the specifics of each game-used bat.
The game used bats are as follows:
Doug De Cinces Adirondack #302 Pro Ring Big Stick, weighing 34 ounces, measuring 34 inches. Features a personalized “#11” knob, visible ball and bat marks with a crack and slight deadwood on the reverse barrel.
Joe Nolan Adirondack #302 Pro Ring Big Stick, weighing 34 ounces, measuring 34-1/2 inches. No personalizations, with visible ball and rack marks. There is a 7” crack present on the handle.
Bobby Bonner H&B Louisville Slugger Genuine M110 Powerized, weighing 33 ounces, measuring 33-1/2 inches. No personalizations with visible rack marks. There is a small two inch crack near the middle of the bat.
Gary Roenicki Louisville Slugger 125 Model D113, weighing 34 ounces, measuring 34-1/2 inches. No personalizations, with visible ball marks. There is a small internal crack and minor deadwood on the reverse barrel.
Jose Morales Louisville Slugger 125 Model P89, weighing 34 ounces, measuring 34-1/2 inches. No personalizations, with only minor visible use. There is a minute handle crack.
Wayne Krenchicki Louisville Slugger 125 Model K75, weighing 33 ounces, measuring 33-1/2 inches. A personalized “10” with a piece of tape knob with visible minor ball and rack marks. There is a handle crack and deadwood present on the barrel.
John Lowenstein Louisville Slugger 125 Model S2, weighing 34 ounces, measuring 35 inches long. A personalized “38” knob and visible ball, rack, cleat and tar marks. The bat is uncracked though minor deadwood is visible on the barrel.
Lenn Sakata Louisville Slugger 125 Model P72, weighing 34 ounces, measuring 34 inches. This is the only bat featuring a cupped end, with no personalizations on the knob. The handle features grip tape while the bat itself exhibits minor rack marks. The bat remains uncracked.