Archive for May 2014

This Day in Babe Ruth History: May 25th (1935)

In 1935, Babe signed with the Boston Braves – hired not only as a player, but also as vice president and assistant manager. Braves owner, Emil Fuchs, had promised Babe part of the team’s profits, as well as a chance to be manager one day – a […]

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Babe Ruth and Wrigley Celebrate 100 Years

Babe Ruth and Wrigley Celebrate 100 Years As mentioned back on March 3rd, 2014 is a significant year in Babe Ruth history, as it’s the first year he joined the Major Leagues. It’s also happens to be significant for Cubs fans. Wrigley Field was built in 1914 […]

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Ruth’s Grandson Talks to ESPN About His Gold Watch Up For Auction

Ruth’s Grandson Talks to ESPN About His Gold Watch Up For Auction This week, Babe Ruth’s grandson, Tom Stevens, was interviewed on ESPN’s “Mint Condition.” Stevens has recently put a special family heirloom up for auction. The item is a gold watch that was given to the […]

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Babe Ruth’s Hall of Fame Plaque on Tour

Babe Ruth’s Hall of Fame Plaque on Tour For those that live in the New York area but haven’t had the chance to make the out-of-the-way trek to the Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, here is an excellent chance to see a piece of baseball history. The […]

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Babe Ruth Family Heirloom On The Auction Block

Hi Babe Ruth Fans! In our ongoing efforts to inform our BRC followers of the latest and greatest Babe Ruth memorabilia items in the news, a very special and extremely rare item is currently up for grabs to the highest bidder! SCP Auctions is offering Ruth’s gold […]

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