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Babe Ruth you can't pin baseball with out this man. and for me he was a man of interest and alway will be.

Babe Ruth was a very famous baseball player from 1914-1935. He set many records such as his 714 home runs in his 20 season career.

Babe Ruth -- On April 27, 1947, the Yankees hosted Babe Ruth Day at Yankee Stadium in honor of the legendary star. At the time, Ruth was in declining health and would die a year later at the age of 53. Since that day 65 years ago, April 27 has served as baseball's unofficial Babe Ruth Day. SI celebrates the occasion with some classic photos of The Great Bambino.

I swing big, with everything I've got. I hit big or I miss big. I like to live as BIG as I can. ~ Babe Ruth

"Babe" Ruth made the New York Yankees into a dominant force, winning 4 World Series titles over the next 15 seasons. Ruth, who became a full-time outfielder, was at the heart of all the success, unleashing a level of power that had never been seen before in the game.

"Every strike is one step closer to a home run." --Babe Ruth

"Baseball was, is and always will be to me the best game in the world." -The Babe

Babe Ruth Baseball | If you happen to see this, let me know, thnx