Probably Brother Matthias Boutlier of St. Mary's Industrial School for Boys in Baltimore. The 7-year-old George Herman Ruth had been sent by his father to the reformatory and orphanage. It was Brother Matthias who introduced the youngster to Baseball.
brother matthis his religious trainer at st.mary's
Babe Ruth grew up in an orphanage, and there are no real records of what he was like as a toddler.
Babe Ruth didn't grow up in New York City. He grew up in Baltimore, MD.
well you see here babe ruth always had a baseball shoved up his catchers hit and never came around to be drunk
Babe Ruth's first hit was a double off of Leonard Cole of the New York Yankees in 1914.
Basically no, Babe Ruth did not grow up with his parents. When he was seven years old, his parents sent their "incorrigible" son to a school for boys where he lived until he was nineteen.
His mother influenced him because she was such a strong while he was growing up. She would support him even if they didnt have money
up to at least 2000
Brought up in the Baltimore area he went to a local elementary school. He was considered to be an "incorrigible kid", and had to be removed. When Babe Ruth was seven years old his parents placed him in St. Mary's Industrial School in Baltimore, an institution for underprivileged boys. This is where Babe Ruth finished high school.