This tried and true Chavez Ravine arsenal includes (8) white ash weapons wielded by Los Angeles Dodger principals. With varying degrees of use, the bats were brandished by: Butler, E. Davis, Hollandsworth, R. Martinez, Piazza, Strawberry, Wallach and Webster. More on our website.
Brett Butler 1991-1997 Game-Used Bat: a Louisville Slugger (32.3-oz/34-1/4”) “T141” two-toned signature model with a tan handle and brown barrel. The uncracked bat shows light use with surface marks throughout and fiber tip marker notations of “22” on the knob and cupped end.
Eric Davis 1992-1993 Game-Used Bat: a Rawlings-Adirondack (33/6-oz/34”) “460B” block-letter model with light use characteristics including bat-rack and surface marks about the barrel. The uncracked weapon features a cupped end and has a black marker notation of “33” on the knob.
Todd Hollandsworth 1995-1997 Game-Used Bat: a Louisville Slugger (34.1-oz/34-1/4”) block-letter model with a cupped end and heavy use attributes including ball, bat-rack and surface marks throughout, as well as pine-tar residue, a lengthy handle crack and a black marker notation of “28” on the knob.
Ramon Martinez 1991-1997 Game-Used Bat: a Louisville Slugger (33.1-oz/34”) “C271” block-letter model showing heavy use with ball, bat-rack and surface marks about the barrel, as well as transposed stampings from ONL baseballs, scoring on the handle and (2) handle cracks. Martinez’ number “48” is inscribed on the knob in black marker.
Mike Piazza 1998 Game-Used Bat: a Rawlings (34.4-oz/34-1/2”) “MP31” block-letter model whose excessive use attributes include ball, bat-rack, cleat and deeply embedded stitch marks, as well as pine-tar residue and a crack of 8” on the handle. Piazza’s number “31” is inscribed on the knob and barrel end in black marker.
Darryl Strawberry 1991-1993 Game-Used Bat: a Louisville Slugger (34.1-oz/35-1/2”) uncracked “D13” signature model with minimal use. Strawberry’s number “44” is inscribed on the knob in black marker.
Tim Wallach 1994-1996 Game-Used Bat: a Louisville Slugger (34.3-oz/34-1/2”) “S333” signature model with a brown patina and gold-colored barrel stampings. Heavy use is evident with ball and deeply embedded stitch marks about the barrel, as well as grain swelling on the hitting surface, heavy pine-tar residue and a lengthy crack on the handle. Wallach’s number “29” is inscribed on the knob in gold-colored marker.
Mitch Webster 1991-1995 Game-Used Bat: a Worth (31.8-oz/34”) “WC117” block-letter two-toned model with a tan handle and black “Smith” finish on the barrel. The bat features a flare knob and shows minimal use with fiber tip marker notations of “20” on the knob and barrel end.
Also included is a 34” Rawlings-Adirondack display model commemorating the club’s 1988 World Series win.
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