Last NL .400 Hitter – Bill Terry – Autographed Bat




Just try to find an authentic memorabilia specimen like this anywhere else! Today’s Bat Man Special, available exclusively at, is a very unique piece of Major League Baseball History; of that there can be no question! This is an authentic Louisville Slugger Bat signed by the last National League hitter to finish a season with a .400 batting average. Bill Terry played for the New York Giants and achieved this feat in 1930 when he batted .401. Terry autographed this bat, which is authenticated by PSA/DNA. Baseball collectors and fans of the baseball Giants, prior to their move out west, and baseball historians will quickly recognize the value in this historic piece, and act quickly to acquire this beautiful specimen. Terry was a very good defensive player, posting a career .992 fielding percentage, and he never hit below .300 in his career. He retired in 1936 and was voted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1954. Terry was ranked no. 59 of the Top 100 players by the Sporting News, nominated for baseball’s All Century Team and honored in 1984 when the Giants retired his no. 3.  Act now to claim this very rare and authentic piece of baseball history.