Home / Discontinued / Curt Schilling Game Issued Bat – Name Misspelled – Signed Curt Schilling Game Issued Bat – Name Misspelled – Signed$995.00 Discontinued Description Description Pro athletes receive custom equipment from manufactures that meet a player’s preferred game specifications. Frequently such equipment, especially bats, arrives with the player’s name laser engraved on the barrel. This rare specimen from Curt Schilling’s own collection is one of those one-of-a-kind items for which collector’s search their entire lives. This Louisville Slugger Game Model Bat was made for Schilling, but when it arrived he noticed his name was misspelled on the bat – “SCILLING.” Schilling thought the error was so funny he autographed the bat AND got many of his friends and teammates to sign the bat. This is a very unique item that comes with a hand-signed Letter of Provenance and a Full Letter of Authenticity from James Spence Authentication. Collectors of signed memorabilia and oddities, and game historians will certainly desire this rare item for their own collection – buy it now! This bat features 29 signatures including those of Tug McGraw (who placed a smiley face next to his autograph), Mike Schmidt, Gary Matthews, Bill Madlock, Garry Maddox, Al Oliver, Von Hayes, Paul “Pop” Owens, Kent Tekulve, John Denny, Tony Perez, Tippy Martinez and Marty Bystrom. This bat shows light wear with soling on the end of the bat, and the knob has “Scilling’s” (Schilling’s) number 38, and the model no. C271 is laser engraved on the barrel. This is a true one-of-a-kind collectible that comes with a great story – fully documented for everyone to read. Display this fine piece in your home or office, but you have to order it now. Due to the rare nature of the collectibles available it is our policy to charge your credit card for the full purchase price immediately upon receiving your order. This ensures we reserve your item for you. We will confirm your order by Email. This item is in stock now and ready to ship.