The bat the “Iron Horse” used to hit his last two home runs, in an exhibition game in 1939, is being auctioned off again. Once owned by actor Kurt Russell’s family, the bat is part of a Yankees Legends offering by Heritage Auctions. The entire collection is from one owner and has mostly Yankeesrelated memorabilia, including a bat used by Roger Maris in the 1961 season when he hit a thenrecord 61st homer. Gehrig gave the bat he used for the homers in the exhibition game to Bing Russell, Kurt Russell’s father, who was a batboy with the Yankees. It stayed in the family until Jill Franco, Kurt Russell’s sister and the mother of former majorleaguer Matt Franco, sold it in an auction in November 2011 for $403,664.