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  1. Babe Ruth Slept Here: The Baseball Landmarks of New York City by Jim Reisler, 1998-12-25
  2. The way we were: the Babe once made an exit like Mike's. (Know It All).(how Babe Ruth's departure from baseball is similar to Michael Jordan's departure ... An article from: The Sporting News by Mike Kilduff, 2003-05-26
  3. Babe Ruth His Story in Baseball by Lee Allen, 0000
  4. Babe Ruth His Story in Baseball by L. Allen,
  5. Young Babe Ruth: His Early Life and Baseball Career, from the Memoirs of a Xaverian Brother by Brother Gilbert, 1999-10
  6. Complex dedicated for the `love of baseball'.(Sports)(Willamette Valley Babe Ruth Complex in Bethel helps youth program): An article from: The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
  7. The Babe Ruth Era: Old-Time Baseball Trivia by Kerry Banks, 1998-05
  8. My Greatest Day in Baseball by John (as Told to); Ruth, Babe; Durocher, Leo; Ott, Mel; and 44 Others Carmichael, 1948
  9. MY GREATEST DAY IN BASEBALL (Major League) by John P. and other sports writers (As told to Babe Ruth, Leo Durocher, Mel Ott and 44 others) Carmichael, 1948
  10. My Greatest Day in Baseball by Joe Di Maggio and Dizzy Dean Babe Ruth, 1963
  11. Five OClock Lightning: Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig and the Greatest Baseball Team in History, The 1927 New York Yankees by Harvey Frommer, 2007-10-26
  12. Babe Ruth's big book of baseball by Babe Ruth, 1935
  13. Home Run Baseball Cards: The Story of Babe Ruth
  14. Babe Ruth Limited Edition Baseball

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62. CNN/SI - Baseball - Babe Ruth
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63. CNN/SI - The New York Yankees Greatest Hits
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Babe Ruth died of cancer 50 years ago. More than 63 years have passed since he made his last appearance as a player, yet he remains the purest original ever to have played big league baseball. For all that he did in his 22 seasons in the majors, surely nothing left a deeper imprint on the game than the force and flair he brought to bear in striking the ball.
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68. Ruth, Babe
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70. Babe Ruth - HOF Inductee (Baseball World)
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Babe Ruth Profile Name: George Herman Ruth
Born: February 6, 1895 (Baltimore, Maryland)
Died: August 16, 1948 (New York, New York)
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Position: Outfield, Pitcher Induction Date: Wednesday, August 5, 1998
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  • Began his career as a left-handed pitcher with the Boston Red Sox in 1914, compiling a 78-40 record
  • Converted to a hitter in 1919 because of his great hitting ability
  • During the 1919 season, he set a new home run record (29) and led the league in runs, RBI's, and slugging percentage.
  • That winter Ruth was sold to the New York Yankees
  • He led the league in home runs in 8 of the next 10 years
  • He bested his own home run record by hitting 60 in 1927.
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72. Ruth, Babe. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001
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73. Babe Ruth: A Who2 Profile
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BABE RUTH Baseball Player Ruth is the most celebrated player in baseball history. A home run king and fan favorite, Ruth was the first in a line of iconic New York Yankees which included Lou Gehrig Joe DiMaggio and Mickey Mantle . Ruth began his career as a pitcher but moved to the outfield, where he gained fame as a slugger. After the Boston Red Sox sold him to the Yankees in 1920, Ruth became the most famous athlete in America. Ruth's larger-than-life personality (including a certain fondness for food and drink) was a hit with fans, and Ruth is often credited with making baseball the dominant American sport of its time. Ruth retired in 1935; he held the single-season record for home runs (60) until fellow Yankee Roger Maris hit 61 in 1961, and the career record (714) until Hank Aaron passed him in 1974. In 1948, like Gehrig before him, Ruth had an emotional farewell at Yankee Stadium, with the Yankees retiring his uniform number 3. He died of throat cancer two months later.
Extra credit : Ruth was nicknamed "Babe" by teammates on his first pro team, the Baltimore Orioles... Other nicknames included "The Bambino" and "The Sultan of Swat"... The Red Sox have not won a World Series since selling Ruth to the Yankees, a result known as the Curse of the Bambino... Four Americans now have surpassed Ruth's single-season home run record: Maris Mark McGwire , Sammy Sosa and Barry Bonds ... Slugger Sadaharu Oh hit 868 career home runs in Japan from 1959-80, making him the international home run champ.

74. The My Hero Project - Babe Ruth
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75. German American Corner: RUTH, Babe, Real Name George Herman Ruth (1895-1948)
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76. The Baseball Reliquary - Babe Ruth Hot Dog
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The BASEBALL RELIQUARY Inc BABE RUTH HOT DOG Babe Ruth’s extraordinary journey from a Catholic reform school in Baltimore to the storied confines of Yankee Stadium in the Bronx made him the idol of a nation. The ballplayer of ballplayers, Babe was also a man who indulged in earthly pleasures, as sportswriter H.G. Salsinger noted, “He could eat more, drink more, smoke more, swear more, and enjoy himself more than any contemporary.” A legendary gourmand, Babe was fond of drinking a quart mixture of bourbon whiskey and ginger ale at breakfast, before attacking a porterhouse steak garnished with half-a-dozen fried eggs and potatoes on the side.
Perhaps no artifact of Ruthiana attests more to his culinary excesses than this desiccated hot dog, partially consumed by the Bambino during an eating binge just prior to his collapse on a train ride in April 1925. Babe reportedly gorged himself on a dozen to eighteen hot dogs before blacking out, and a week later he was at St. Vincent’s Hospital in New York, undergoing surgery for an intestinal abscess. New York writers termed his illness “The Bellyache Heard Round the World,” but in recent years historians have speculated that Babe actually suffered from gonorrhea and not acute indigestion.

77. The Baseball Reliquary - Babe Ruth Sacristy Box
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The BASEBALL RELIQUARY Inc Babe Ruth Sacristy Box Babe Ruth was such an incomparable figure in the annals of American sport that author Donald Honig once remarked that had the Bambino not lived, it would have been impossible to invent him. The Baseball Reliquary's collection of Ruth artifacts includes a partially smoked cigar and a sacristy box used by a priest from St. Patrick's Cathedral to administer last sacraments of the Catholic Church to a gravely ill Babe Ruth at New York's Memorial Hospital on the evening of July 21, 1948. Remarkably, Ruth, who was dying of cancer, recovered overnight, and the next morning he joked with a friend, "Say, were you here yesterday when I nearly kicked the bucket?" In fact, the Babe felt well enough to leave the hospital on the evening of July 26 to attend the world premiere of his screen autobiography, The Babe Ruth Story , at New York's Astor Theater. Before the film was over, however, Ruth fell ill and had to return to the hospital. Ruth's condition steadily deteriorated and he fell into a coma at approximately 7:00 p.m. on August 16, 1948, a priest gave him a final blessing at 7:30, and he expired at 8:01 p.m. The funeral was on August 19 at St. Patrick's Cathedral with Cardinal Spellman presiding at the Requiem Mass. It was a very hot day in New York, and among the pallbearers were the Bambino's former Yankee teammates Joe Dugan and Waite Hoyt. "Christ," Dugan whispered, licking his dry lips, "I'd give a hundred bucks for a cold beer." Hoyt, nodding at the coffin, whispered back, "So would the Babe." The sacristy box was obtained by a former New York Yankees executive shorly after the funeral, and it remained in his family for many years.

78. Ruth, Babe
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Customer Review: its book help me get a better view of Babe Ruth the person as well as the hero. This book showed the life of Babe Ruth outside the Baseball game and inside his personal life. Robert Creamer did a great job of showinbg the Babe in who is and telling all the legends and all the facts that surronded... more info Customer Rating: Click here for more information Buy from: United Kingdom Babe Ruth : Launching the Legend from McGraw-Hill Price: Customer Review: While it is true 1920 is the year Babe Ruth began his assault on American League pitchers with his batting prowess as a member of the New York Yankees, the year also was known for the unraveling of the fixed 1919 World Series, the hiring of baseball's first commissioner, Judge Kenesaw Mountain... more info Customer Rating: Click here for more information Buy from: United Kingdom Babe Ruth : One of Baseball's Greatest from Aladdin Library Price: Customer Review: I remember this reading this book in 7th grade and i will never forget it. It was writen with pride and dignity you felt that the great BAMBINO was a hero and he was to most people. I really recommend this book to baseball lovers and people who are interested with this topic. Oh Guernsey Van Riper...

79. Books On Babe Ruth
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Resources Baseball Books UK Ordering Information Powells: Sport Best Sellers Posters Baseball Posters by Dan Gutman (Hardcover - February 2000) Home Run : The Story of Babe Ruth by Robert Burleigh, Mike Wimmer (Illustrator) Babe : The Legend Comes to Life (Fireside Sports Classic) by Robert W. Creamer (Paperback - April 1992) The Babe : The Game That Ruth Built by Lawrence S. Ritter, et al Total Sports; ISBN: 0965694909 1918 : Babe Ruth and the World Champion Boston Red Sox by Allan Wood, Allen Wood (Paperback - December 2000) Babe Ruth by Kal Wagenheim (Paperback) The 500 Home Run Club : Baseball's 16 Greatest Home Run Hitters from Babe Ruth to Mark McGwire by Bob Allen, Bill Gilbert Listed under Baseball Legends Babe Ruth : One of Baseball's Greatest by Guernsey Van Riper, Seymour Fleishman (Illustrator) (Paperback - October 1986) Babe Ruth's Own Book of Baseball by George Herman Ruth, et al

80. Online Speech Bank - Babe Ruth: Farewell To Baseball Address
babe ruth Farewell to baseball Address. The only real game I think in the world is baseball. . delivered 27 April 1947, Yankee Stadium, New York.
Babe Ruth : Farewell to Baseball Address "The only real game I think in the world is baseball." delivered 27 April 1947, Yankee Stadium, New York Photo courtesy of Download Audio mp3 AUTHENTICITY CERTIFIED: Text version below transcribed directly from audio] Thank you very much, ladies and gentlemen.
You know how bad my voice sounds well it feels just as bad. You know this baseball game of ours comes up from the youth. That means the boys. And if you're a boy and grow up and know how to play ball, then you come to the boys you see representing themselves today in your national pastime. The only real game I think in the world is baseball. As a rule, some people think that if you give them a football, or a baseball, or something like that naturally they're athletes right away. But you can't do that in baseball. You've gotta start from way down [at] the bottom, when you're six or seven years of age. You can't wait until you're fifteen or sixteen. You gotta let it grow up with you. And if you're successful, and you try hard enough, you're bound to come out on top just like these boys have come to the top now. There's been so many lovely things said about me, and I'm glad that I've had the opportunity to thank everybody.

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