To add to the value of the item, the owner had even managed to get it signed by the great baseball player.
At an autograph signing event, the man met DiMaggio and asked him about his bat’s unique look.
“He said, ‘Wow you’ve got my bread and butter bat! I get a shipment, and I go through the bats and I pick the one that feels good,’” the owner revealed.
DiMaggio played 13 seasons with the New York Yankees and he is known for being one of the greatest hitters of all time, hitting a 56 streak which is yet to be beaten.