Babe Ruth

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United States professional baseball player famous for hitting home runs (1895-1948)

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After a thorough and extensive three-year search, we are thrilled to have identified the ideal, standalone building for the Babe Ruth League's long-awaited headquarters relocation and expansion in Hamilton, NJ, where the organization was first founded," said Vinny Di Meglio, associate director at Colliers International, who along with executive managing director Thomas Romano represented the Babe Ruth League in the transaction.
Saving Babe Ruth is all about the corruption of power, the bigger picture, young players struggling to succeed, and the progressive involvement of an adult who comes to realize that there's much more at stake than simply building up a team.
Brigham's representative Darryln Leikauskas explained: "The legendary curse lies with Babe Ruth being sold to the New York Yankees.
Banzai Babe Ruth recounts the tale of the 1934 tour of Japan led by Ruth, Lou Gehrig, Jimmie Foxx, Connie Mack and the mysterious journeyman catcher Moe Berg who became an OSS spy during World War II.
Babe Ruth Bashball challenges players to score points by hitting home run balls into a variety of targets scattered beyond the outfield fence.
June 22 /PRNewswire/ -- After 80 years in hiding, the bat with which Babe Ruth slugged the first home run in the new Yankee Stadium on Opening Day, April 18, 1923, will be auctioned along with many other prized and valuable memorabilia as part of the event dubbed "The Babe Comes Home" -- A Celebration of New York Baseball.
FOR decades, Major League Baseball put an asterisk next to Roger Maris' record-breaking 61 home run record because the season was eight games longer than when Babe Ruth hit 60 in 1927.
Buster the Babe, the country's only officially licensed person to appear as Babe Ruth, came to convey the message - no more curse
But while Babe Ruth was a major leaguer, this George was strictly a Bush leaguer.
There are also a host of extraordinary pieces from the game's greatest moments: the bats used by Babe Ruth, Roger Maris, Sammy Sosa and Mark McGwire to hit their record-setting home runs, and a ball and catcher's mitt used by Don Larsen and Yogi Berra in Larsen's perfect game at the 1956 World Series.
Babe Ruth, Pele, Muhammad Ali, and Michael Jordan they were not only world-beaters; they were world-changers.
In Sunday's thrilling win over the Twins, Kennedy put his name in the history books by smacking three home runs in a single postseason game, a feat accomplished by only four others in the history of baseball: Babe Ruth, Bob Robertson, Reggie Jackson and George Brett.
Football fans from across the Mid- Atlantic region can celebrate Super Bowl fever in Baltimore by reliving the Colts' glory days during a visit to the Babe Ruth Museum, the official Archives of the Baltimore Colts.
The Red Sox have yet to win a World Series since trading Babe Ruth, but another mythical pillar of modern Boston has fallen -- you can now find luxury accommodations in the Financial District for less than a C-note.