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What was my real name? My name is Babe Ruth/George Herman Ruth.Jr. George Herman Ruth.Jr. I was born on February 6, 1895, in Pigtown, Baltimore, MD.
I Was an American professional baseball player. My baseball career spanned 22 seasons, from 1914 to 1935.
I had 714 home runs, 2,213 runs batted in. My win-loss record was 94-46.
Babe: The most well known of all of my nicknames, Babe, came about while I was playing for the minor league Baltimore Orioles. I jokingly became known as Dunn‘s new babe after the owner Jack Dunn had to become his legal guardian.
The Great Bambino: While playing in New York, I had a lot of supporters from the Italian community. Bambino means baby boy in Italian.
The Colossus of Clout: This nickname seems fitting for someone who hit around 45 home runs a year, throughout his career.
The Sultan of Swat: the Sultan refers to a big Ruler of an area and swat was regularly referred to for hitting a ball powerfully.
Being known as the big Ruler of powerful hitting was a perfect nickname bestowed upon me by the press.
The Big Bam: Teammates often called me the Big Bam, and the Press quickly caught on using it in their stories and articles.
I had a lasting impact on major league baseball. I dominated the majors in home runs, a record few have since surpassed. I was the first player to hit 60 home runs in a season and ended my career with 714 home runs.
No, I was not a pioneer in his lifetime.
Did I have an unusual influence that endures or affects people beyond his/her lifetime? No, I did not have an unusual influence on a person’s life.
If I was never born then the game of baseball would be totally different. I impacted baseball very much in my lifetime that i played baseball. Aggressively compiling records, I glamorized baseball.
My famous sayings: You just can’t beat the person who never gives up on his game. Every strike brings you to your next home run.
I died on August 16, 1948, at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, in New York City.
I hit more than 40 home runs every season in 11 seasons a record never equaled and 60 in one season. Before I retired in 1935. I hit 714 career home runs, a record few players have even approached.
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