Archive for September 2014

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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Jeter’s Fitting Farewell

As the last days count down for Derek Jeter’s final season, it seems that he is still adding more reasons for all baseball fans (especially Yankees) to appreciate and respect him. In his final home game last night, Jeter had the chance to save the day against […]

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Ruth’s First and Last Yankees Contracts Up For Sale

Babe Ruth’s first and last contracts with the New York Yankees are heading to auction. Goldin Auctions has included the items as a part of their October Legends Auction which starts on October 6th. Babe’s first contract with the Yankees actually occurred in 1922 with an annual […]

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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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Babe Ruth Bobblehead Day at Dodgers Stadium

Apparently the LA Dodgers got into the mix in commemorating Babe’s 100 years in Major League Baseball.  On September 9th, the Dodgers hosted Babe Ruth Bobblehead Day. What does the Babe have to do with the Dodgers you may ask?   He actually was first base coach for […]

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Babe Ruth Memorabilia In The News

A few new Babe Ruth-related memorabilia items that have made the news that BabeRuthCentral was interested in sharing with our fans: 1. John Lackey is clearly very attached to the number 41. After joining the St Louis Cardinals last month, Lackey gave teammate Pat Neshek an authenticated […]

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