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    George Bush, Captain of the Yale Baseball Team, Receives Babe Ruth's Manuscript of His Autobiography which He Was Donating to Yale

    Babe addressing the crowd at Yankee Stadium on June 13th, 1948 as his number 3 is retired.

    NY Yankees - Babe Ruth & Yogi Berra

    Great photo of Babe Ruth from 1920.

    Michael Jordan, remember this?

    Just watch baseball.

    SHOELESS JOE: This is a 1919 photograph of Chicago White Sox baseball player Shoeless Joe Jackson in an unusual stance posing with a glove and catcher's equipment nearby. Jackson never played catcher. With the exception of 27 games at first base for Cleveland in 1915, he was always an outfielder.

    Hank Aaron - Atlanta Braves

    Roberto Clemente Walker was a Puerto Rican baseball right fielder who played 18 seasons in Major League Baseball for the Pittsburgh Pirates from 1955 through 1972. Clemente was awarded the National League Most Valuable Player Award in 1966.

    Joshua "Josh" Gibson, catcher in baseball's Negro Leagues. Known as the "Black Babe Ruth."

    64 years ago, a 19-year-old Mickey Mantle hit a baseball somewhere between 550-660 feet

    Lou Gehrig and Babe Ruth with a fan, 1934

    Today, April 15, 1947 Jackie Robinson broke the color barrier in Major League Baseball. Unfortunately this day didn't change people's attitudes & he still had to endure immense racism from businesses, "fans", and fellow players as well; and he did it all with grace. Happy Jackie Robinson Day.

    Considered by many as not only the greatest catcher to ever play in the Negro Leagues, but tlhe greatest catcher in baseball history period, Josh Gibson hit an astounding .359 for his career. Known as the “Black Babe Ruth,” he never played in the Major Leagues because of their exclusionary rules towards Blacks.

    Warren Harding, Babe Ruth - 1923

    Dottie Kamenshek was called the best player in women's baseball and was once recruited to play for a men's professional team. (National Baseball Hall Of Fame Library

    Satchel Paige

    Joe Frazier and Muhammad Ali. Two of the greatest to ever put the gloves on!!

    Ty Cobb, Babe Ruth and Tris Speaker - three of the best baseball players of all time.

    Quaker Puffed Wheat advertisement featuring Babe Ruth, 1927.