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It was a bad day for Babe Ruth

Babe Ruth, he of 714 career home runs, has not played a Major League Baseball game in nearly 80 years. He has not taken a breath since 1948. Despite those two inconvenient facts, George Herman had a pretty bad day yesterday.Ruth, who entered the day with 2,873 hits and 1,992 RBIs, saw both of those numbers recede a little bit farther into the annals of baseball history.The bad night...
Via Baseball Essential
2 days ago  |  Discuss

#TBT: When Babe Ruth hit right-handed

#TBT: When Babe Ruth hit right-handed
Via Philly Sports Live
4 days ago  |  Discuss

The Death of Babe Ruth

Like the man whose life it honored, Babe Ruth’s funeral was gigantic. “The Babe is no longer breathing, but the fans will always talk about him,” wrote Hy Hurwitz in The Boston Globe. “Talk about him because of his run-in, suspension and fine by the late Miller Huggins, only half of Ruth’s size, but a man who made it possible for Ruth to realize manhood. Talk about him...
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4 days ago  |  Discuss

Ichiro ties Babe Ruth on all-time hits list

Monday was an eventful day for the Miami Marlins as Dan Jennings took over as manager, which made it easy to overlook a milestone achieved by one of the Marlins' players. In the fifth inning, outfielder Ichiro Suzuki blooped a single to left field that was laced with historical context. The hit, Suzuki's second of the game, was No. 2,873 in his career, which tied him with Babe Ruth...
Via Fox Sports
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Are the Royals and their B-BOAT (Best Bullpen of All-Time) re-inventing the game?

The end of the dead ball era and the rise of the homerun – thanks to Babe Ruth – slowly changed bullpen usage. It maxed out between 1974-1984 where five relief pitchers won a Cy Young. These men essentially pitched whenever a game was on the line, averaging 73.4 games, a whopping 133 innings (twice what a closer might throw today), 9.8 wins and 28.8 saves. Things began...
Via Royals Blue
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Justin Turner, Marlon Byrd, and an Education in Hitting

Justin Turner isn’t Babe Ruth — mostly because only Babe Ruth is Babe Ruth. Of late, however, Turner’s numbers have been Ruthian in nature. Consider: since the beginning of 2014, only two hitters in all of baseball have been better than Turner, pound for pound. Two hitters! All this after the Mets released him. Turns […]
Via Fangraphs
12 days ago  |  Discuss

On this day in Yankees history – 1947

Front page story, New York Times, April 28th, 1947April 27, 1990 I came into this world, but 43 years earlier was a slightly more historic day. April 27, 1947, the Yankees host Babe Ruth Day at Yankee Stadium to honor the ailing Sultan of Swat, who was nearing the end of his life because of throat cancer. The New York Times reported around 58,339 fans showed up to honor Ruth. The...
Via Bronx Pinstripes
28 days ago  |  Discuss

Yankees recreate The Sandlot’s Babe Ruth scene

Who says the New York Yankees don’t know how to have fun? A bunch of their players got together to recreate the classic scene from The Sandlot where it’s revealed that Smalls has taken his stepfather’s autographed Babe Ruth ball and lost it to “The Beast.” It seems quite appropriate to have Yankees’ players discussing the greatness of Babe Ruth. However, there’s quite...
Via Awful Announcing
March 25, 2015  |  Discuss

Louis CK buys Babe Ruth's old summer home in the Hamptons

It looks like all the hard work, effort and unparalleled comedic genius is finally paying off in the pocketbook for Louis CK. According to a report in the New York Post, arguably the greatest comic talent currently working in the business has purchased a home in the Hamptons for the tidy sum of $2.49 million. […] The post Louis CK just bought Babe Ruth’s Hamptons home for $2...
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May 29, 2014  |  Discuss

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