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Condition:
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Material: Alloy/Composite
Type: Baseball Brand:

DeMarini

Weight: 16 oz. MPN:

WTDXUMO 1627-19

Size: 27/16 Length: 27in.
UPC:

887768711788

DeMarini Sabotage One USA (-11) WTDXUMO-19 Youth Baseball Bat - 27 16

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