Babe Ruth hit his last home run, number 714 on May 25, 1935 for the Boston Braves in Pittsburgh off Pirates pitcher Guy Bush. It was Babe Ruth's 3rd home run of the game.
On September 29, 1934, Syd Cohen of the Washington Senators gave up Babe Ruth's last home run as Yankee.
Babe Ruth's Last Yankees Stadium Home RunBabe Ruth hit his last home run at Yankees Stadium on September 3, 1934, off Philadelphia pitcher Bill Dietrich in the bottom of the 1st inning. It was the Babe's 707th career home run.
Babe Ruth hit his last home run in 1935 for the Boston Braves.
He's called Babe Ruth because Babe stands for rookies and Ruth was his last name.
Babe Ruth hit his last three home runs at Forbes Field in Pittsburgh against the Pirates on May 25, 1935.
Ruth did not homer in his last game. Babe's final game was on May 30, 1935 as a member of the Boston Braves.
On May 25, 1935, Babe Ruth hit three home runs in a game against the Pittsburgh Pirates at the old Forbes Field. These home runs were the final home runs of his career. The pitcher who gave Ruth his final two homers on that day, numbers 713 and 714, was Guy Bush.
Babe Ruth played 2,503 games in MLB and hit his 714th and last home run in his 2,498th game.
Babe Ruth's last words on the baseball field are not known. Babe Ruth is a famous baseball player who played for the New York Yankees.
He was forty-years-old when he hit his last home run