Babe Ruth was a pitcher for the 1914 Baltimore/Providence Grays, a double A team in the international League. In 121 at bats Babe Ruth had 1 home run.
Babe Ruth is a very famous baseball player. The team he mainly played for is the New York Yankees. He had hit 714 home runs in his career. Only Hank Aaron broke his Babe's record. Hank Aaron had hit 755 home runs in his career.
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Boston Red Sox who Babe hit 11 HRs against.
Home runs hit by Babe Ruth in 1927: 60 Home runs hit by everybody else in the AL: 379 The most hit by any one team (besides the Yankees): 56, by the Philadelphia Athletics
Babe Ruth never hit a home run for every team but the Red Sox, The Yankees, and the Braves.
Babe Ruth hit 659 home runs while a member of the yankees -----Hank Aaron had 732 home runs while a member of the Braves (Milwaukee, Atlanta).
the first home run babe Ruth hit in the majors was with the red soxs.
Babe Ruth was signed into Jack Dunn's team in 1896
Babe Ruth hit his 700th career home run against the Detroit Tigers on July 13, 1934.
Babe Ruth was a rookie with the Boston Red Sox in 1914
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New York yankees
On September 30, 1927, when Babe Ruth hit his 60th home run of the season, the Yankees were playing the Washington Senators.
Babe Ruth was born George Herman Ruth. He was nicknamed "Babe" by his teammates on the Baltimore Orioles, his first professional team because of his youth.
The first team Babe Ruth played for was the Boston Red Sox.
Babe Ruth never managed a Major League baseball team. He did become a coach with the Brooklyn Dodger in 1938.
Mickey Mantle, with 536 career home runs between 1951 and 1968, has the most home runs as a New York Yankee, who has not played for another team. Babe Ruth has the most home runs as a Yankee with 659, but has also played for the Boston Red Sox and the Boston Braves.
Mickey Mantle 536 Home RunsWhen Mickey Mantle retired he was third on the all time list for Home runs with 536 behind Babe Ruth 714, and Willie Mays 583.
Detroit Tigers on July 13, 1934.