"Never let the fear of striking out get in your way."- Babe Ruth
I don't love the Yanks, but you can't ignore good advice just because it's dressed in pin-stripes!

Babe Ruth - No Fear

Tin Sign Dorm Room Decor features a black and white photo of the American baseball hero Babe Ruth striking a candid pose. This tin sign is perfect for baseball lovers and American sports fans alike.

Babe Ruth | New York Yankees | Right Fielder | 1936

Babe Ruth was a very renoun baseball player for the New York Yankees. Baseball games became even more popular because commentaries of the game were able to be heard live through the radio.

Lou Gehrig & Babe Ruth of NY Yankees

The Yankees went outscored opponents by 371 runs, and then ambushed Pittsburgh in the World Series. A couple of guys named Ruth and Gehrig hit 107 homers and scored 307 runs.

Babe Ruth's 1920 Yankees Jersey Sells for 4.4 Million  (why? because HE was the best!)

Unbreakable Baseball Records

One of the most famous athletes in the U. in during the was baseball star George. Herman “Babe” Ruth, the right fielder for the New York Yankees. He had a record of 60 home runs in

The Sandlot Quote Babe Ruth Word Art Print by LilDreamerCreative

The Sandlot Quote - Babe Ruth - Word Art Print - Movie Quote - Gift Idea - Children's Room - Home Decor - Heroes - Baseball Quote - Man Cave

1922 Babe Ruth Hits Home Run at first game in Yankee Stadium

Babe Ruth, changed the game by having a ordinary game of baseball. That scored 3 to 2 points. To 7 or 10 points. He was known as a pitcher but later changed teams an changed positions. He was for being a great hitter, hitting 60 homeruns in one season.

Babe Ruth: Heroes get remembered, legends never die.

Boston Braves Babe Ruth in (Charles M. Conlon/Sporting News Archives) More rare Charles M. Conlon photos: Here

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.

Ten Things You Didn't Know About Babe Ruth

"The Babe," "The Bambino," "The Sultan of Swat," Babe Ruth was arguably baseball’s greatest player ever. He was born 119 years ago on Feb. (Charles Conlon/TSN/Icon SMI) GALLERY: Classic Shots of Babe Ruth

Lou Gehrig and Babe Ruth

Lou Gehrig and Babe Ruth - Gehrig went on to win 8 world series and Ruth and Mantle hold the distinction of hitting the longest home runs of all time

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