In 1974 Hank Aaron hit home run number 715 to break Babe Ruths career home run mark of 714.
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Hank Aaron hit home run number 715 of Dodgers pitcher Al Downing, to break Babe Ruth's all time Career home run record.
he broke babe ruths all time home run record
his first home run was 600 feet in baltimore
Not for a single season, but Hank Aaron had 755 career home runs, surpassing Babe Ruth's 714 lifetime homers.
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Bonds hit his 715th home run off of Byung-Hyun Kim of the Colorado Rockies on May 28, 2006.
No. When Mickey Mantle retired he was third on the all time list for home runs with 536 behind Babe Ruth 714, and Willie Mays 583.
Roger Maris 61 in '61Roger Maris hit 61 home runs in 1961 breaking Babe Ruth single season home run record of 60 set in 1927.
Before Babe Ruth, Roger Connor held the home run record, with 138 home runs.
Wrigley Field in Chicago in 1932.
Ruth hit his 60th home run in 1927. That is all I got.
Babe Ruth had a 11.76 At bats per home run average second all time to Mark McGwire (10.61)
He broke the record on April 8th, 1974 in Atlanta while playing the Los Angeles Dodgers. He hit the famous 715th home run ball off of a pitch from Los Angeles Dodgers Al Downing.
Didn't know Ramirez ever beat a Babe Ruth home run record. What record do you think he beat?
On April 8, 1974, Hank Aaron hit career home run #715, breaking Babe Ruth's record.
When Hank Aaron hit home run number 714 to tie Babe Ruth for the career home run record, Dusty Baker was on deck.
You need to be more specific. Babe Ruth hit many record breaking home runs.
On April 8, 1974, Hank Aaron hit his 715th home run, breaking Babe Ruth's previous record.
Babe Ruth broke Roger Connor's career home run record of 138. Babe Ruth broke the record in 1921 when he hit number 139.
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Babe Ruth home run recordsBabe Ruth set two major home run records in his career by the time he retired. The single season home run record and the all time career home run record. Roger Connor held the record for career home runs with 138, until Babe Ruth broke the record in 1921 when he hit number 139. The Babe would go on and finish his career with 714 in 1935. The record would hold up until 1974 when Hank Arron hit number 715. The Babe also set the single season home run record in 1927, breaking his own record of 59, in 1921. That record will stand until 1961 when RogerMaris hit 61, in 1961.
Hank Aaron - Roger MarisBabe Ruth had two Major home records broken. The single season home run record and the all time career home run record. Roger Maris hit 61 home runs in 1961 to break Babe Ruth's single season home run record of 60, that he set in 1927. In 1974 Hank Aaron hit his 715th career home run to break Babe Ruth's all time record of 714.