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Babe Ruth Fun Facts

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Babe Ruth
As a Red Sox, Ruth pitched 89 wins across six seasons, which included three World Series-winning seasons.
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Babe Ruth
Ruth joined the Boston Braves in 1935, planning to retire as a player, and became the team's manager after one season. Unfortunately, Ruth only played 28 games before retiring completely.
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Babe Ruth
Although he was part of the first set of five inductees into the National Baseball Hall of Fame, Ruth received only the second-highest number of votes for his inclusion.
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Babe Ruth
Ruth's home run record stood for 47 years. It was broken when Hank Aaron hit his 715th home run in 1974.
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Babe Ruth
Ruth was surprisingly fast for his size, though he did get tagged out in the last play of the 1926 World Series after he tried to steal second base.
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Babe Ruth
Ruth was named after his father and received his famous nickname in reference to his rookie status while playing for the minor-league Baltimore Orioles.
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Three of Babe Ruth's World Series wins were with the Boston Red Sox, while the remaining four wins were with the New York Yankees.
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The Yankees' first year with Ruth as a player was the first time a baseball team topped 1 million fans attending games.
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Ruth's single-season home run record was intact until Roger Maris broke it in 1961, hitting 61 homers in a single season.