While Babe Ruth seemed like a super hero on the baseball diamond, he was ravaged by a rare form of cancer and died tragically in 1948.
While Babe Ruth proved to be a prolific hitter with the New York Yankees, he failed miserably as the team’s captain.
While Babe Ruth may have had a legendary Major League Baseball career, he never received the chance to become a manager.
Babe Ruth played for both the Boston Red Sox and the New York Yankees and had power at the plate and a rocket arm on the mound. Ruth spent 22 seasons in the big leagues and was as dominant a player as there ever was. He could hit for power, slugging more than 50 home …
Babe Ruth had to mature at key moments in order to become a legend. Here is the story of how a suspension derailed part of his career.
The company made famous by its Louisville Slugger bats has had to lay off 90% of its staff and close its popular museum.
Atlanta Braves slugger Hank Aaron set a world record on his way to a famous baseball record.
Babe Ruth may have hit 714 home runs, but he also had the unfortunate luck of getting struck out by a 17-year-old girl in 1931.
Cincinnati Reds pitcher/outfielder Michael Lorenzen shares an amazing Major League Baseball record with none other than Babe Ruth.
Babe Ruth may have been the greatest baseball player of all time. Off the field, the New York Yankees star endured many difficult tragedies.
A look back at the story of how the Cincinnati Reds nearly acquired Babe Ruth before he ever went to the New York Yankees.
A look at the different teams Babe Ruth played for in his 22-year career in Major League Baseball.
The beginning of Babe Ruth’s career was over 100 years ago, but he’s still one of the most fascinating pro athletes
Aside from Michael Jordan, there might not be a name more synonymous with the sport an athlete played than Babe Ruth. Even though his career began over a century ago when sports were not the readily available event that they are today, Ruth rose to superstardom during the 1910s and continues to be a widely-known …
Babe Ruth and the New York Yankees are synonymous. However Ruth didn’t retire a Yankee, so was there bad blood between the two?
Even though he died more than 70 years ago, George Herman “Babe” Ruth is still considered one of the greatest players in Major League Baseball history. Baseball fans know a lot about his baseball career. They know about him holding the career home run record for decades, and they know about him being a two-way …
One problem with being a legend: People don’t always get the facts right. One myth people believed was that Babe Ruth was an orphan.
One of the most expensive items ever sold was a Ruth rookie card. You won’t believe how much someone paid for it.
The game has changed since Babe Ruth played. He’d likely be a great hitter but he’d make a lot more money. What would his salary be now?
One would think an autographed Babe Ruth baseball is the most prized treasure a fan could have. But they aren’t as valuable as you think.
As the first Home Run King, Babe Ruth has the most famous bat in the history of professional baseball. In an era that wasn’t bogged down by internet or television coverage, Ruth became a national superstar with his larger than life presence in pretty much every category. As such, it should come as no surprise …
The Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame is going to auction off the actual plaques used to enshrine some the greatest names in the sport – including Michael Jordan.
No one can doubt Babe Ruth’s Hall of Fame credentials, but how many votes did the New York Yankees legend receive in 1936?
Babe Ruth is still one of Major League’s biggest names, but how much money did the Great Bambino make during his playing career?
In a sea of right-handers, the left-handed population is often overlooked. Left-handers have achieved a lot, however, especially with sports,
The Yankees are the most successful team in Major League Baseball history. And with a historic roster full of Hall of Famers like Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig, Mickey Mantle, Joe DiMaggio, and Derek Jeter — who will be inducted in next year’s class — it’s hard to pick the best player in the team’s storied history. So let’s …
Autographs from MLB’s early days hold a special value. And the likes of the most valuable autographed baseball may never be seen again.