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In the 1998 postseason against the Cleveland Indians, Knoblauch committed a serious blunder, arguing with an umpire as play continued. Instead of chasing down the ball that was in play, Knoblauch argued with the umpire as Enrique Wilson scored from first base, giving Cleveland a 2–1 lead in the 12th inning. The Indians would go on to win the game, 4–1. A New York newspaper called him "Blauch-head."However, Knoblauch recovered and was an important factor in the World Series victory over the San Diego Padres, and the 1999 win over the Atlanta Braves. In Game 3 of the 1999 series, Knoblauch scored the game's first run, and also hit a dramatic two-run home run in the eighth inning to tie the score, with the Yankees eventually winning in the 10th. In the 2001 World Series, Game 5, Knoblauch scored the winning run, having led off with a single and scoring on a single by his replacement at 2nd base, Alfonso Soriano. This game became known as "Deja Vu—It ain't over til it's over—All Over Again" game, the second consecutive night that the Yankees tied in the bottom of the 9th with two outs, and then won in extra innings. Bat shows light use with ball marks. Model T141 is cracked 34.375 inches and 32 ounces. PSA LOA.
2001 CHUCK KNOBLAUCH GAME USED NEW YORK YANKEES BAT2001 CHUCK KNOBLAUCH GAME USED NEW YORK YANKEES BAT2001 CHUCK KNOBLAUCH GAME USED NEW YORK YANKEES BAT2001 CHUCK KNOBLAUCH GAME USED NEW YORK YANKEES BAT
2001 CHUCK KNOBLAUCH GAME USED NEW YORK YANKEES BAT2001 CHUCK KNOBLAUCH GAME USED NEW YORK YANKEES BAT2001 CHUCK KNOBLAUCH GAME USED NEW YORK YANKEES BAT
2001 CHUCK KNOBLAUCH GAME USED NEW YORK YANKEES BAT
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Auction closed on Sunday, July 16, 2017.

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