Philadelphia A’s RARE Signature Bat




From 1901 to 1954 the American League A’s called Philadelphia home. Early on this was one of baseball’s dynasty’s – winning six pennants and three World Series titles before 1913. The team enjoyed another lengthy run of success from 1927 to 1933 winning another three pennants and two titles during that span as the legendary Connie Mack oversaw the team. In 1955 the team started play as the Kansas City A’s and that was the end of American League baseball in Philly. This Rawlings Philadelphia Athletics Big Stick carries the authenticated autographs of six stars who played for the A’s during the team’s stay in Philly. This bat is a true piece of baseball history. The signatures on this bat are those of Hall of Fame member George Kell, Forrest “Spoof” Jacobs, Joe Astroth, Eddie Joost, Bobby Shantz and Lou Brissie. These names may not ring any bells with average fans, but Philadelphia A’s historians and serious collectors will immediate recognize the value in this very unique specimen. We have this bat in stock now and ready to ship. However, due to the singular nature of this offer we must charge your credit card for the full amount immediately upon taking your order. This will ensure we reserve the bat for you. We will confirm your order by Email. This bat is not game used. Order this bat now and add a piece of history to your collection.