Following in his father Dolph's footsteps, Doug Camilli played for the Dodgers too—albeit out in LA. And while the elder Camilli never tasted championship glory, his son was a member of the 1963 world champions. Doug's 34" H&B signature-model bat shows moderate game use and displays his number "35" in marker on the knob and barrel end. The ultra-bold, jet-black "8-10" sigs feature Koufax, Drysdale, Alston, Skowron, Davis, Fairly, Podres, Walls, Wills, Perranoski and Camilli. What's more, we also note the conspicuous presence of legendary gatecrasher Skipper McNally, whose exploits included unticketed entry at numerous Super Bowls and who infamously helped carry Hank Stram off the field after Super Bowl IV! Full LOA from JSA.
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