George Herman "Babe" Ruth played for three major league teams. He played for the Boston Red Sox, as a pitcher, and was infamously traded to the New York Yankees so that the owner of the Red Sox had money to finance a Broadway play. The Yankees, seeing his power hitting, converted him to an outfielder so that he could play everyday. At the end of his career he was sold to the Boston Braves, hoping he would someday be named the manager.
On July 11, 1914, Babe Ruth made his major league debut for the Boston Red Sox.
New York Yankees. Ruth played for the Boston Red Sox between 1914-1919, the Yankees between 1920-1934, and the Boston Braves in 1935.
The cast of Play Ball with Babe Ruth - 1920 includes: Babe Ruth as himself
No. Babe Ruth never played Shortstop. He did play the outfield, pitcher, and first base.
The first team Babe Ruth played for was the Boston Red Sox.
Babe Ruth played for the Boston Braves after the Yankees.
Babe Ruth played one year for the Boston Braves, in 1935.
Babe Ruth played dozens of games in Phildelphia, against the Athletics.
Babe Ruth played right field for the New York Yankees.
Babe Ruth had to play three positions, pitcher, right-fielder, and a little bit of first base.
He liked it.