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  1. Baseball And The "sultan Of Swat: Babe Ruth At 100 (Ams Studies in Cultural History)
  2. BASEBALL ADVICE by Babe Ruth, 1980
  3. How to play baseball by Babe Ruth, 1977
  4. My Greates day in Baseball by Babe, Leo Durocher, mell Ott and 44 Others Ruth, 1948
  5. My Greatest Day in Baseball.The Big League Baseball Library by John P.As Told By Babe Ruth, Joe DiMaggio, Dizzy Dean and 44 All-Time Greats Carmichael, 1951
  6. Babe Ruth: Legends in Sports (Matt Christopher Legends in Sports) by Matt Christopher, Glenn Stout, 2005-09-07
  7. Babe Ruth (Saddleback Graphic Biographies)
  8. Babe: The Legend Comes to Life by Robert Creamer, 1992-04-15
  9. The Big Bam: The Life and Times of Babe Ruth by Leigh Montville, 2007-05-01
  10. Babe Ruth - Pbk (History Makers) (Easy Biographies) by Brandt, 1998-07-19
  11. Babe Ruth by Jim Reisler, 2005-12-13
  12. The Babe: The Game That Ruth Built by Lawrence S. Ritter, 2003-02-25
  13. Babe Ruth (Heroes of America) by Len Canter, 2005-01
  14. Babe Ruth : An American Legend by Soundworks, 2000-07-01

81. Babe Ruth --  Britannica Student Encyclopedia
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83. The Sultan Of Swat, George Herman Babe Ruth
babe ruth s legacy went well beyond baseball statistics. ruth was so well paid by the end of his career, that he helped increase the salaries of all players.
George Herman 'Babe' Ruth was one of the most phenomenally gifted and well-liked baseball players who ever lived. According to histori See Babe Hit New York Daily News Photos ans and baseball writers, "Ruth was a presence of mythic proportions. When he was pitching for the Boston Red Sox, he was one of the best left-handers the game has ever known." Because of his awesome abilities as a hitter, base runner and fielder, Ruth was converted to a outfielder-pitcher in 1918. He was sold to the New York Yankees in 1920. Again, historians note, "Ruth was the outstanding outfielder of his time and he single-handedly changed baseball and its economics forever. Ruth possessed a strong, rapid throwing arm, he could beat any of his teammates in a foot race and was the greatest home run hitter who ever lived." Babe Ruth's legacy went well beyond baseball statistics. Ruth was so well paid by the end of his career, that he helped increase the salaries of all players. When he made $80,000 in 1930, someone pointed out to him he earned more than the President of the United States (Hoover), Ruth replied, "So What?. I had a better year than he did."

84. Babe
babe ruth is credited with the invention of the modern baseball bat. He was the first player to order a bat with a knob on the end of the handle.
The greatest sports legend in the history of baseball and an enduring American icon, George Herman "babe" Ruth holds such a vast catalog of all-time baseball records, his legacy in the game will live on forever. Consider some of these historic statistics:
-714 career home runs (2nd all time)
-60 home runs in the 1927 season (2nd all-time)
-Led the American League in home runs 12 times
-8 time American League runs leader
-6 time American League RBI leader
-Led the American League in slugging home runs a whopping 13 times
-Member of the original 5 inductees if the Hall of Fame class of 1936 Did You Know...
Babe Ruth was one of only two people (Reggie Jackson being the other) to ever hit
Babe Ruth and Ralph Kiner ranked first and second respectively as the outfielders with the highest average home runs per at-bat . Babe Ruth is credited with the invention of the modern baseball bat. He was the first player to order a bat with a knob on the end of the handle. Louisville Slugger produced the bat which he hit 29 home runs in 1919.

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Interesting facts... On Aug. 8, 1914, he was traded from Baltimore (International League of the Minors) to Boston for $14,000. - On Jan. 3, 1920, he was traded from the Red Sox to the New York Yankees for $125,000. - On July 6, 1933, playing in Chicago, Ruth hit the first home run in the first All Star game ever played, in the third inning with one man on base. - He is the only player in baseball history to hit three home runs in two different World Series games, once in the 1926 Series (fourth game) and later in the 1928 Series (fourth game). - As a pitcher, he had a record of 94-46 in 163 major league games, with an ERA of 2.28, and led the American League in 1916 with an ERA of 1.75. - Between 1916 and 1917, he won 47 games for the Red Sox, with an average ERA below 2.00. - In his first two years with the Yankees (1920-21), he hit 113 home runs, drove in 308 runs, scored 335 runs and had a .377 batting average.
Baseball: Babe Ruth When you were watching him, you were watching baseball. That's how you might sum up the history of perhaps the greatest player ever to step into the Big Leagues: George "Babe" Ruth.

86. Babe Ruth - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
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Babe Ruth
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Ruth batting for the Yankees George Herman Ruth February 6 August 16 ), better known as Babe Ruth , was an American baseball player and United States national icon. He was one of the first five players elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame and he was the first player to hit over 50 home runs in one season. His record of 60 home runs in the season stood for 34 years until it was broken by Roger Maris in Table of contents 1 Early Days 2 Ruth The Yankee 3 See also 4 External Links ... edit
Early Days
He was born at 216 Emory Street in south Baltimore, Maryland . The house was rented by his maternal grandfather, Pius Schamberger, a German immigrant who eked out a living as an upholsterer. Babe's parents, Kate and George Sr., lived above the saloon they owned and operated on Camden Street. Kate would make the 2 1/2 block journey to her father's home each time she gave birth to a child, eight in all. Sadly, only Babe and his sister, Mary, survived infancy. To say young George was mischievous would be an understatement. He spent his time skipping school, runing the streets and indulging in petty crime. By the age of seven, he was impossible for his parents to control. He was sent to reform school, "St. Mary's Industrial School For Boys", where Brother Matthias, a Roman Catholic priest, became the major influence on his childhood, channeling his energies into baseball. After starring on school teams as a left-handed pitcher, Ruth came to the attention of

87. - Babe Ruth Birthplace And Museum
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Cal Ripken Jr., Mo Vaughn and Ken Griffey Jr. owe their huge salaries to one man. George Herman Ruth Jr., a.k.a. Babe Ruth. In his first full season as hitter for the Boston Red Sox, Ruth knocked out 29 home runs, setting the record for home runs in a season. The New York Yankees took notice and offered Ruth $125,000 double the salary of any other baseball player at that time. Salaries have risen exponentially ever since. Ruth's record only got better and better. During two seasons, 1920 and 1927, he hit more home runs (114) than any entire team in the American league, a feat never produced again by any other player. And all of this grandeur can be traced directly to little ole Baltimore. Walking toward Emory Street near Camden Yards, you hear the party for Babe Ruth's legacy before you see it. Music spills out the upper window of Babe Ruth's grandparents' house. Both house and music mark the huge respect that Baltimore feels for the Babe. Born in 1895, the Sultan of Swat was one of two children to survive infancy out of the eight Ruth siblings born in this house. This very pretty two-story brick row home is filled with such Ruth trivia (films Ruth appeared in) and memorabilia (the only known picture of Ruth with his mother), along with plaques and facts about the greatest of baseball's local and national heroes.

88. Babe Ruth's Called Shot
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Babe Ruth's "Called Shot" Legend
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Did the Babe really predict his most famous home run?
You may never know ... until you have seen this film! A legend was born when New York Yankee Babe Ruth faced Chicago Cubs pitcher Charlie Root at Wrigley Field on October 1, 1932, in the fifth inning of the third game of the World Series. Ruth is said to have successfully predicted - in words and gestures to the outfield - that on the next pitch he would hit a home run. Newspaper reports and eyewitness accounts of the day differ radically and no photographic proof has ever surfaced in the intervening 66 years. Yet the legend of Ruth's "Called Shot" has been widely known and hotly debated across five generations. Root dismissed the legend to his death. Ruth, over his lifetime, offered several different accounts of his own fantastic feat - each one a little more dramatic than the last.
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89. Babe Ruth Sources At
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Babe ruth information presented at Babe ruth sources by clicking above. Find Babe Ruth on Also, browse our back issues of JUNIOR BASEBALL MAGAZINE, and pick out some issues with articles of particular interest. On our site you'll find the Junior Baseball Store - a great source of baseball books and videos covering everything. National Baseball Hall of Fame, Pony League, Babe Ruth League, British Baseball Federation, Dixie Youth Baseball, Amateur Athletic Union. he nation's top high school, college, and even Major League coaches contribute to JUNIOR BASEBALL. Related terms are what type of training do you need to be a baseball baseball boca raton youth experiences junior league baseball manager book su baseball catching training , and baseball quiz for little league . JUNIOR BASEBALL is an independent publication and is not affiliated with any youth baseball organization. So the information you get here is from the experts who know the game best. heir parents, coaches, and associated organizations, regardless of league, park, or school affiliation. You'll also find on this website youth baseball camps and schools, and a youth baseball tournament calendar. ou can also subscribe to JUNIOR BASEBALL MAGAZINE, and have each big, colorful, exciting issue. Babe ruth sources at (AAU), American Amateur Baseball Congress (AABC), Continental Amateur Baseball Association (CABA), Dizzy Dean Baseball, National Amateur Baseball Federation (NABF).

90. Rare Babe Ruth Collectibles And More From Private Collection
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91. Historic Baseball - Babe Ruth's First Home Run
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92. Historic Baseball: Babe Ruth's First Home Run
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93. Babe Ruth Tribute Rifle
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Honoring the "Sultan of Swat" and
His Remarkable Baseball Career
The left side of the receiver captures Babe Ruth swinging the bat, framed by the baseball diamond which was his kingdom. His name is featured along with the title, "The Sultan of Swat." Elaborate nickel scrollwork surrounds the images on both sides.
Right side of the receiver features the Babe admiring a towering home run, plus the Babe tipping his cap to his legion of fans. Babe loved baseball and his life story says, "Baseball was, is and always will be to me the best game in the world," and this quote is captured on the Tribute.
The Tribute's walnut stocks are laser-carved on both sides with an image of Babe holding a bat on the shoulder stock, and a baseball flying past the name of Babe Ruth on the forearm. The barrel bands, lever, sight and end cap are all polished and decorated in 24-karat gold. The lever is etched with a decorative nickel scroll to complement the artwork on the receiver.
America Remembers invites you to join us in celebrating the "Golden Age of American Baseball" with the Babe Ruth Tribute, a genuine working Model 94 rifle in .30-30 caliber. Introduced the year before the birth of the "Bambino" in 1895, the Winchester is decorated and embellished in 24-karat gold and nickel by craftsmen commissioned specifically by America Remembers to capture the Hall of Famer doing what he did best - thrilling his fans with mammoth home runs. Officially authorized by the family of Babe Ruth, the Tribute salutes the slugger's legendary career. During the winters of his remarkable career, Babe Ruth traveled south to hunt and fish. He once stalked a wild turkey in Georgia for seven hours before he could get the perfect shot! He enjoyed hunting game and fowl, and hunted often with teammates and sportswriters.

94. Babe Ruth Museum In Baltimore - Guide To Baltimore Babe Ruth Museum
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Babe Ruth Museum
216 Emory St.
Apr-Oct: 10am-5pm; Orioles’ home games: 10am, 7pm; Nov-Mar: 10am-4pm
The Babe Ruth Birthplace and Baseball Center is a little brick row house that was once owned by Ruth’s grandparents and is simply the building where the baseball legend was born. This National Historic Site features rare photos, film highlights, vintage radio broadcasts, and everything else you would want to know about 'The Babe.'
The Museum House is also the official Orioles’ museum, and is located just three blocks from Orioles Stadium at Camden Yards. Visitors will find a plethora of Orioles’ memorabilia, as well as exhibits on several other baseball heroes such as Lou Gehrig, Wee Willie Keeler, Jimmie Foxx, and Eddie Murray; in addition to some modern stars like Ripken, Griffey, McGwire, and Sosa.
This Baseball Museum offers visitors a wonderful chance to remember Ruth and some of baseball’s greatest players. Expect to spend little more than an hour here at most, so gauge your visit accordingly.
The Babe Ruth Birthplace and Baseball Center is located on Emory Street, which can almost be considered an alley and is a right turn at 600 W. Pratt Street. It is directly west of the Harbor so if you’re coming from the water by car, you must head west on Lombard Street, then make a left on any street after Penn Street, which will take you to Pratt Street heading east. But keep your eyes wide and stay attentive for Emory Street as it is easily missed. Now, if you’re coming from the Harbor and traveling on foot, the House is much easier to find but it can be a bit of a walk if you’re not in the mood. This site is one of the few attractions located near an MTA Light Rail stop – found on Howard Street – and getting there by this means makes for a shorter, three-block walk.

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97. 1962: Babe Ruth League Champions
The final stop on the road to babe ruth baseball immortality was Alden Field in Bridgeton, a twohour trek from Trenton down the New Jersey Turnpike.
1962: Trenton's world-beaters By GEORGE O'GORMAN / The Trentonian Summers in Mercer County have always been a special time if you're a baseball fan. Even more so if you're a follower of youth baseball.
It's a tradition that dates back to legendary Trenton Schroths American Legion teams of the 1930s, '40s and '50s, and continues today with the Little League, Babe Ruth League and American Legion teams that survive tension-packed local series in hopes of bringing home a national championship.
In the summer of 1962, a team of teenage boys earned a special niche in the rich sports history of a community that has always prided itself on youth baseball.
Thirty-seven summers later, the accomplishments of the Trenton Babe Ruth League's world champions are still talked about with such fondness you might think they were the only local team ever to win national glory.
They weren't, of course. The 1948 Schroths and the '56 Babe Ruth team (led by pitcher Al Downing) had preceded them into the national spotlight. In 1970, Ewing's Babe Ruth all-stars would also bring home gold by winning a world championship in Brawley, Calif.
Still, what happened in the summer of '62 as 14- and 15-year-olds from Chambersburg, Villa Park and North Trenton captured the hearts and the interest of a proud hometown made their success one of our greatest sports moments.

98. Babe Ruth's Own Book Of Baseball
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By George Herman Ruth Introduction by Jerome Holtzman
Paper: 1992, xxii, 333, CIP.LC 91-38383
ISBN : 0-8032-8939-1
Price: $12.00
University of Nebraska Press
"The Babe lives. He died in 1948, almost a half century ago. Roger Maris broke his one-season home run record in 1961 and thirteen years later Hank Aaron passed him in most home runs, lifetime—events that should have lost the Babe in the fog of time. Instead, he is as large as ever. . . . [This is] a remarkably good book."—Jerome Holtzman Babe Ruth remains the most popular player in the history of baseball. The slugger for the New York Yankees established a home run record in the 1927 season, just a year before joining the league of authors. Babe Ruth's Own Book is a who's who of old-time greats—Lou Gehrig, Ty Cobb, Rogers Hornsby, and many others. It describes the Babe's rise from poverty to stardom, catching his image and voice as freshly and permanently as pen and ink can. In a no-nonsense style, the Babe describes the ins and outs of the game, touching all bases and loading up the reader with priceless information and advice. The surprise is that so little about the sport has changed except the size of the players' salaries. Jerome Holtzman, in a lively introduction, tells some good stories about Babe Ruth. The senior sports columnist for the Chicago Tribune, Holtzman is the author of

99. Babe Ruth
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George Herman Ruth was born in Baltimore, Md., and educatedat Saint Mary's Industrial School in that city. Ruth was one of the most phenomenally gifted and popular players in the history of baseball. He began his career in 1914 as a left-handed pitcher for the Baltimore team of the International League. Later in the same year he played for the Providence team of the International League and then became a member of the Boston Red Sox of the American League. He pitched for Boston until the 1919 season, when his unusual ability as a batter and fielder caused the Boston management to convert him into an outfielder. From 1920 to 1935 he played the outfield for the New York Yankees of the American League. In 1935 he became vice-president of the Boston Braves of the National League and played a number of games as an outfielder. Three years later he was a coach for the Brooklyn Dodgers of the National League. Famous Baltimorians

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