Yes, The New York Yankees retired number 3 in honor of Babe Ruth in 1948.
No. Babe Ruth retired from baseball in 1936.
1935 Boston Braves.
Babe Ruth had 714 home runs in his career, and his lifetime batting average was .342
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Babe Ruth did not attend a college or university.
In 1948, the Yankees retired #3 in honor of Babe Ruth.
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He played baseball. When he retired he played alot of golf.
As a player, he retired in 1935.Babe Ruth played his last game on May 30, 1935 after playing 28 games for the Boston Braves. In June of 1938 Babe Ruth took a coaching job with the Brooklyn Dodgers. This was the last job he had in Major League Baseball.
Click on the 'Babe Ruth Photos' link below to go to the Babe Ruth website and see photos of him.
The Babe Ruth Award goes to the World Series most valuable player.