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Adam Dunn 2009 Game-Used Bat - Full PSA/DNA

Lot Number 492

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Switching teams and positions, Adam Dunn signed a $20 million contract with the Washington Nations in 2009 and used this Louisville Slugger “C353” signature model bat. Employed during a season that saw Dunn make the switch to first base and become the 123rd player to eclipse the 300 home run plateau, this (33.3-oz/34-1/2”) maple weapon shows heavy use with ball, cleat and stitch impressions throughout, as well as transposed OML ball stampings about the barrel and a moderate coat of Mota Stick on the upper portion of the handle. The handle is home to a hairline crack and Dunn’s number “44” is inscribed on both the knob and cupped end in black marker. The knob also has a handwritten weight identifier and a stamped date of manufacture (“8119”). Full photo LOA from John Taube, PSA/DNA.

MLB Authentications dates this bat to the August 22, 2009 game between the Nationals and Brewers. An MLB hologram with the proper code is adhered to the barrel.

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