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Babe Ruth

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.

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

Ken Griffey Jr....My 1st sports love <3

24 Things That Prove Ken Griffey Jr. Was The Coolest Baseball Player Ever

~ My favorite over all baseball player of all time. He had the sweetest swing and probably would have broken Hank Aarons Homerun record were it not for injury. A Great Person and a Hall of Famer. And a reason why I wear my hat backwards.

Babe Ruth, 1921: 59 home runs; .378 batting average.

On this day, the New York Yankees announced that they purchased Babe Ruth from the Boston Red Sox. Image: Babe Ruth, Library of Congress, 1921

"Old Ty Cobb/he's dead and gone/he had a game/like a war machine" - Felice Brothers

Ty Cobb (sliding) played for the Detroit Tigers and the Philadelphia Athletics In games, Cobb posted a stands as the best career batting average of all time. He also contributed RBI's and 897 stolen bases.

Mickeymantle

Mickey Mantle, New York Yankees baseball star from regarded as the greatest switch hitter in baseball history.

Rickey Henderson... most exciting baseball player ever. Perhaps the best baseball player ever. Nice guy too. Career leader in Stolen Bases and Runs Scored. Second in Walks to Barry Bonds. Also has record for most home runs to lead off a ball game.

most exciting baseball player ever. Perhaps the best baseball player ever. Nice guy too. Career leader in Stolen Bases and Runs Scored. Second in Walks to Barry Bonds. Also has record for most home runs to lead off a ball game.

Ty Cobb & Shoeless Joe Jackson

Ty Cobb & Shoeless Joe Jackson when baseball was americas fav pastime. Todays baseball is a joke.

1914...Honus Wagner became the first professional baseball player to get 3000 career hits. Wagner was the original "Flying Dutchman". #baseballbaseballbaseball

1914...Honus Wagner became the first professional baseball player to get 3000 career hits. Wagner was the original "Flying Dutchman". #baseballbaseballbaseball

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