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On July 5, 1924 the Washington Senators first baseman Joe Judge hit a fly ball to right field, Ruth ran as hard as he could after the ball that was slicing foul, before Ruth got to the ball he got knocked out when he ran into the concrete wall. There he was the Great Bambino knocked out cold for five minutes. The Babe recovers after Yankees' trainer Doc Woods pours some cold water on his face. The next day in the top of 8th inning Ruth gets his revenge when he hits his 22nd home run of the…

Ruth knocked out. Baseball player Babe Ruth knocked unconscious, after he ran into a concrete wall at Griffith Stadium, Washington, D.

.690 lifetime slugging pct.  Babe Ruth  Though Ruth's more glamorous records have been eclipsed, this one has withstood challenges from Lou Gehrig to Ted Williams to Barry Bonds and remains intact. Albert Pujols, currently the game's most prolific slugger, has never reached .690 even once in his stellar career.

Babe Ruth- The Sultan of Swat or the The Great Bambino. Ruth spent 22 years of his life in the major league and racked up 714 home runs before he retired. He set a terrible example of his life outside of baseball with his binge drinking and eating.

Lot 92. Rare Early Yankees Babe Ruth Studio Photograph (circa 1920) ~ Babe Ruth < Sports < May 2008 Catalog - Lelands

Lot Rare Early Yankees Babe Ruth Studio Photograph (circa ~ Babe Ruth < Sports < May 2008 Catalog - Lelands

Ted Williams, Eddie Pellagrini, John F. Kennedy, and Hank Greenberg talk baseball prior to a Red Sox game at Fenway Park in 1946. The 29-year-old Kennedy was campaigning for a congressional seat.

It’s the opening day at Fenway Park. Here, John F. Kennedy meets with Ted Williams and Eddie Pellagrini of the Boston Red Sox, and Hank Greenberg of the Detroit Tigers at Fenway Park, Boston, April

Ruth & Other Baseball Stars 1923 Vintage 8x10 Reprint Of Old Photo

Ruth & Other Baseball Stars 1923 Vintage 8x10 Reprint Of Old Photo

Arriving in Dallas on November 22, 1963 ~

President John F. Kennedy and first lady Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy walked down the steps of Air Force One as they arrived at Love Field in Dallas, Texas less than an hour before Kennedy's assassination in this November 1963 photo.

Prisoners of Dachau greeting American soldiers

Liberation of Dachau, Inmates of the Dachau concentration camp near Munich wave to liberating American soldiers in April Dachau was one of the first camps to be established and opened in March Of the inmates held there, more than are known to have died.