Posts Tagged ‘Babe Ruth Home Run’

Spring Training and Babe Ruth Making More Baseball History

  Spring Training and Babe Ruth Making More Baseball History Spring Training in Florida is now a century old and started with the St. Louis Browns (now the Baltimore Orioles) on February 27th, 1914. Some of the most special memories in spring training history involve non other […]

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Interview With Author Bill Jenkinson About His Latest Babe Ruth Book

Hello Babe Ruth fans! Bill Jenkinson is one of the most well-known Babe Ruth authors and historians out there and likely the most knowledgeable expert when it comes to the history of Major League Baseball’s sluggers and their home runs. He’s had a busy year that has […]

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This Day in Babe Ruth History: September 30th

On September 30, 1927, Babe Ruth hit his 60th home run of the 1927 season, breaking his own record of 59 set in 1921.  Babe’s 60 home runs established a record that would stand for 34 years until Yankee Roger Maris hit 61 in 1961.  Many consider […]

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100th Anniversary of Babe’s First Professional Home Run

100th Anniversary of Babe’s First Professional Home Run It’s been pretty busy as of late and we almost let a key 100th anniversary Babe Ruth milestone pass by without acknowledgement! On September 5, 1914, at Toronto’s Hanlan’s Point Stadium, rookie Babe Ruth with the Providence Grays minor-league […]

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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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