Louisville Slugger model T141 was used by Scott Bradley with either the Chicago White Sox during the 1986 season. The bat does have a black ink transfer so it is possible the bat was use in spring training. The bat shows tremendous use with a secured handle crack.
Many ball marks, seam impressions, and ink transfers are visible on the right, left, and back barrel surfaces. While there are a few blue ink transfers visible, a single black ink transfer is present on the right barrel. This could indicate spring training use as interleague play was not yet a thing in MLB. The right barrel has some very slight grain swelling from repeated contact. The handle has a light to moderate coat of pine tar and a crack that runs approximately 12″ in length that has been secured with glue. Bradley’s #25 is written on the knob in black marker. Nothing is written on the barrel end.