Authentic Shea Stadium Final Game Louisville Slugger




On September 28, 2008, the New York Mets will play their final regular season home game in Shea Stadium. After this game the Mets and their fans will say “good-bye” to a place filled with many memories. To commemorate the closing of this New York City and MLB landmark Louisville Slugger created this authentic LIMITED EDITION Final Game collectible bat. Only 5,000 of these authentic collectible Louisville Slugger bats commemorating the final game in Shea Stadium are available. Order yours now before they’re gone. This bat was created in the same manner as every Louisville Slugger used by hitters throughout the major leagues. The bat commemorates the closing of Shea Stadium featuring the date of the first game played there on April 17, 1964, against the Philadelphia Phillies and the date of the facility’s final regular season game on Sept. 28, 2008, vs. the Florida Marlins. Other historical facts about the Mets also are engraved on the bat. Baseball fans are expected to generate strong demand for this LIMITED EDITION collectible. ORDER YOURS TODAY! This authentic Louisville Slugger bat commemorating the the final regular season game played in Shea Stadium is available now. Due to the limited edition nature of this product your credit card will be charged immediately upon receiving your order so that we can reserve your piece of Major League Baseball history. This bat is not game used. This commemorative Louisville Slugger is the perfect collectible for every Mets fan, baseball historians or collector’s of baseball memorabilia, all of whom will act quickly to add this piece of baseball history to their collection. Order your bat now – only 5,000 bats are available.