Babe addressing the crowd at Yankee Stadium on June 13th 1948 as his number 3 is retired. Ravaged by cancer, he would die two months later.

Roger Maris - #nyy

Babe Ruth, Yankee Stadium

First game at Yankee Stadium in 1923

Babe Ruth - NY Yankees

The New York Yankees took on the Washington Nationals one memorable evening in July of 1924. Babe Ruth knocked himself unconscious by Griffith Stadium’s concrete east wall. Library of Congress.

April 27, 1947: "Babe Ruth Day" at Yankee Stadium

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

NY Yankees championship rings. Red sox fans can count the rings and be jealous

Vintage 1974, Joe DiMaggio in the well of the redesigned Yankee Stadium, NYC, www.RevWill.com

Mike Tyson & Muhammad Ali. Both considered 'the baddest man on the planet' at times in their life.

Hank Aaron broke Babe Ruth's homerun record with 715 homers. 4.8.1974

Lou Gehrig and Babe Ruth

New York Yankees Babe Ruth and fans. (Sporting News Archives)

neat!

Derek Jeter

Babe Ruth

Lou Gehrig, New York Yankees

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