Though not a Rock n’ Roll Hall of Fame inductee like his namesake, catcher Carlos Santana does play in Cleveland and his lethal swing produces music to the Tribe fans’ ears. Employed and signed (average “9” strength) by Santana during the 2010 or 2011 seasons, the offered items include: Bat a SAM “AM22” block-letter weapon signed on the barrel in silver marker; Shoes a pair of “Boombah” shoes signed on the toe of each; Batting Gloves pair of “TPX” gray leather gloves each signed on palm. Certs/holograms from Hollywood Collectibles. More on our website.
2011 Signed Game-Used Bat a SAM “AM22” (32.6-oz/33-5/8”) block-letter model maple weapon with a black “Smith” finish. Between the silver-colored local decal and barrel stampings, Santana’s silver Sharpie autograph (“9” strength) is accompanied by his inscription of “41.” The uncracked item shows moderate use with surface marks about the hitting surface, a light application of Mota Stick on the handle’s upper portion and handwritten length, weight and date notations on the indented barrel end.
2011 Signed Game-Worn Shoes a pair of size 10-1/2 shoes with blue-white-and-red leather accents. Each is signed near the toe portion in black Sharpie and inscribed “2011 Game Used.” Designed for wear on indoor/artificial turf, these footwear accessories show solid game use with infield dirt caked about the soles.
2010 Signed Game-Used Batting Gloves pair of gray leather “Louisville Slugger” accessories with “TPX” design on each Velcro wrist fastener. Each is signed on the palm and inscribed “#41 - 2010 Game Used.”