The latest superstar to have departed in one of the Marlins’ all-too-frequent fire sales, shortstop Hanley Ramirez used and signed these items during his 2010 season in Miami. Includes: Game-Used bat a Louisville Slugger (31.4-oz/34”) “S138” signature model signed on the barrel (“8” strength) and inscribed “2010 Game Used” (bat is cracked and shows heavy use); Shoes pair of Easton size “11-1/2” black leather shoes signed on the toe of each (both “6” strength); Batting Gloves Franklin accessories signed on palm of each (both “8-9” strength). More on our website.
These items come with individual certs and or stickers from Rich Altman’s Hollywood Collectibles.
Signed Game-Used Bat the maple weapon features a glossy black “Smith” finish and silver-colored barrel stampings. Heavy game use shows in the form of ball and deeply embedded stitch marks throughout, as well as transposed stampings from OML spheres, a heavy application of Mota Stick and an H-shaped handle crack that extends more than 20 inches. Ramirez’ customary inscription of “H2R” appears on both the knob and cupped end. Ramirez has autographed the barrel and inscribed “2010 Game Used” in silver marker.
Signed Game-Worn Shoes black leather “Easton” shoes with teal-colored accents and “H2R” logos on the tongues. Ramirez has signed the toe of each in silver marker. Moderate use shows with dirt caked about the soles.
Signed Game-Worn Batting Gloves white leather “Franklin” accessories with an MLB silhouette logo and “H2R” logo on the Velcro wrist faster of each. Both are signed on the palm and inscribed “2010 Game Used.” Moderate use is evident with soiling about the palms/fingers (more so on the right hand glove).