No, Ruth was deceased before Robinson made his Major League debut.
Jackie robinsin Not true, Jackie Robinson was not a prolific home run hitter, hitting only 137 home runs in his 10 year career. The player you are probably referring to is Hank Aaron, who broke Babe Ruth's career record and went on to hit 745 homers in his career.
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For his major league career (1947-1956) Jackie Robinson hit 137 home runs.
In MLB, that was Babe Ruth who hit 54 home runs in 1920.
not even close
Hank Aaron hit home run number 715 in 1974 to break Babe Ruth's career home run record of 714. Roger Maris hit 61 home runs in 1961 to break Babe Ruth's single season home run record of 60.
Probably an impossible question to answer due to the fact that no "official" statistics are available for the Negro leagues, as they didn't play regular schedules, nor keep complete records.
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Babe Ruth had 714 career home runs.
Frank "Home Run" Baker, who played for the Philadelphia Athletics from 1908 to 1914 and for the New York Yankees in 1921 and 1922. He hit 96 home runs in his career in the "dead ball" era. IM NOT SURE ABOUT THAT. I THINK THAT THE MOST FAMOUS PLAYER KNOWN FOR HIS HOME RUNS WOULD BE JACKIE ROBINSON. :) The question was the FIRST famous baseball player known for his home runs. Robinson was known for a lot of things, good hitting, base stealing, Rookie of the Year award, but was not famous for his home run hitting, and was not the FIRST famous player known for home run hitting...Remember Babe Ruth played before Robinson, and he was a pretty good home run hitter in his time.
Babe Ruth hit 41 home runs for the New York Yankees in 1932.
The cast of How Babe Ruth Hits a Home Run - 1920 includes: Babe Ruth as himself
Babe Ruth Home Run Award was created in 1998.
Babe Ruth hit 714 career home runs.
Babe Ruth had 714 home runs in his career, and his lifetime batting average was .342