Babe Ruth Changed the game of Baseball with his Home run hitting skills. He saved our national past time from ruin. Coming off the The "Black Sox" scandal of 1919 when the World Series was fixed by gamblers, It took the baseball heroics of Babe Ruth to bring the fans focus back to the game. His flamboyant personality, and home run hitting skills made him a larger than life figure that captured the hearts of baseball fans, and helped restore interest in our national past time. Early in his career Babe Ruth was hitting more home runs than some teams. In the 1920's he established himself as a home run hitting machine, and set the standard of modern day home run records.
He's called Babe Ruth because Babe stands for rookies and Ruth was his last name.
George Herman Ruth.... aka "Babe Ruth" or "The Babe."
"The Babe" Babe Ruth was born George Herman Ruth.
Babe Ruth did not have a son.
Babe Ruth is black
the most important person was his wife....named Sarah
Babe Ruth held a home-run record of 714 until Hank Aaron, and Barry Bonds shattered his record. Based on the mythology that is associated with Babe Ruth, and the legend he has become, these men experienced a strange phenomena which had fans not wanting the Babe's record to be broken.
"The Babe" "The Bambino" "The Sultan Of Swat" or Babe Ruth's real name is George Herman Ruth "The Babe" "The Great Babino" "The Sultan of Swat" Babe Ruth's birth name was George Herman Ruth.
Bambino is Italian for baby, as in Babe, Babe Ruth.
Babe Ruth has two daughters, Dorothy Ruth and Julia Ruth.
Babe Ruth was born George Herman Ruth.
Click on the 'Babe Ruth Photos' link below to go to the Babe Ruth website and see photos of him.
Babe Ruth was born in Baltimore, Maryland.
yes babe Ruth was real
George Herman Ruth (a.k.a. Babe Ruth)
Babe Ruth was a baseball star.
Babe Ruth's shoe size was 11.
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Babe Ruth and Jackie Robinson
he was awsome
he was the best baseball player in the world
No, Babe Ruth and Babe Didrikson Zacharias are different people.
I think that almost everyone would say Babe Ruth. Babe Ruth, no doubt.