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Joe Carter Toronto Blue Jays Black Cooper Game Used Bat Autographed The Michel Goulet Collection Michel Goulet Letter
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Joe Carter Toronto Blue Jays Black Cooper Game Used Bat Autographed The Michel Goulet Collection Michel Goulet Letter
Lot #254
GAMEWORNAUCTIONS.NET is pleased to present The Michel Goulet Collection. This exciting collection of game worn jerseys, game used sticks, game worn equipment and memorabilia come directly from the personal collection of Hockey Hall of Famer, Michel Goulet. Mr. Goulet personally collected and preserved these items over the course of his legendary NHL career. A signed letter from Mr. Goulet will accompany your purchase.

This black Cooper Pro 100 baseball bat was game use by Hall of Famer Joe Carter while playing for the Toronto Blue Jays. Carter was drafted by the Chicago Cubs with the second pick in the 1981 MLB Draft. After playing briefly with the Cubs in 1983, Carter played most of his career with the Cleveland Indians and Toronto Blue Jays other than a 1-year stay with the Padres in 1990 and a final season shared between the Orioles and Giants in 1998. Joe led the league in AB in 1989 and 1990 and in RBI in 1986. Joe’s most famous at bat was in game 6 of the 1993 World Series, where his walk-off home run gave his Blue Jays their second consecutive World Championship. Carter became only the second player in history (Bill Mazeroski in 1960), to hit a walk-off home run to win the World Series. Joe hit almost 400 home runs in his career and finished with 1445 RBI. Carter is a 5-time All Star, 2-time World Champion and 2-time Silver Slugger Award winner. He was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 2003.

This black Cooper bat has the player name “Joe Carter” on the end. The player number “29” is written in black marker on the knob. Joe has autographed it in silver sharpie. The bat is uncracked and shows solid use. This fresh to the hobby example comes directly from the personal collection of Michel Goulet and will be accompanied by his signed LOA.