Perennial MVP candidate Hanley Ramirez employed and signed these equipment items through his first six seasons with the Marlins. Decorated with signatures that average (“8-9”) strength, the items include: Bat an Old Hickory “LW1” (32.6-oz/33-3/8”) uncracked block-letter weapon signed on the barrel in silver marker; Shoes a pair of “Boombah” shoes with “H2R” designs, signed on the outer side of each; Batting Gloves pair of “Franklin” gray leather gloves each signed on palm. Hollywood Collectibles certs/holograms. More on our website.
Signed Game-Used Bat an Old Hickory “LW1” bat with a black “Smith” finish, silver-colored barrel stampings and a cupped end. Uncracked, the weapon exhibits evidence of outstanding game use with ball and deeply embedded stitch marks throughout, as well as transposed stampings from OML baseballs. The upper portion of the handle is home to a generous coat of Mota Stick and a 2-3/4” layer of athletic tape lines the knob and lower portion of the handle. Just to the left of the barrel stampings, Ramirez’ silver Sharpie signature includes his customary inscription of “2.”
2010 Signed Game-Worn Shoes a pair of size 11-1/2 shoes with black-white-and-teal leather accents and “H2R” designs on the outer heels. Each is signed near the outer toe portion in silver Sharpie and inscribed “2010 Game Used.” Designed for wear on indoor/artificial turf, these footwear accessories show solid game use with infield dirt caked about the soles.
Signed Game-Used Batting Gloves pair of gray leather “Franklin” accessories with MLB silhouette logo and “HR2” design on each Velcro wrist fastener. Each is signed on the palm and inscribed “Game Used 09.”