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Not to compare Babe Ruth with Hank Aaron, players from two different eras. The numbers that Babe Ruth put up as compared to the players in his own era, there is no question that Babe Ruth was the greatest Baseball player of all time, and he was also a great pitcher. Not taking away from Hank Aaron's accomplishments. babe Ruth is the best baseball player of all time hank aaron sucks

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