Here we are, the final stretch. These are the best local athletes in history by jersey number, from 9-1.
I suspected that I would know most of the “answers,” but it was interesting to hear these responses and observations about “daddy” from Julia herself, and how they confirmed what I had read before.
Over their careers, I would take Mays over Mantle. However, during their primes, I think The Commerce Comet was superior to The Say Hey Kid.
Ruth’s 1918 contract with the Boston Red Sox has sold for more than $1 million, along with other baseball memorabilia up for auction in Baltimore.
Babe Ruth began his career 100 years ago today as a member of the Red Sox. No doubt, it’s a big, big deal. You can go to CBS Boston for that.
On July 11, the 100th anniversary of the Yankees legend’s major league debut, there will be the largest auction of memorabilia from the “Bambino.”
We have come upon another Friday the 13th and so in honor of the superstitious nature of the day, here are the top three curses in sports history.
You have a chance to score some rare sports memorabilia – including items from Yankees legends such as Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig and Mickey Mantle.
Aaron’s record-breaking homer will be celebrated on Tuesday night before the Atlanta Braves’ home opener against the New York Mets.
The Yankees legend’s pocket watch from the 1923 World Series sold for $717,000 Saturday at auction in New York City.
Babe Ruth signed the baseball for Johnny Sylvester, and wrote a promise to hit a home run for the boy during his next game. He wound up hitting three that game.
Babe Ruth’s 1923 World Series championship pocket watch, for decades thought to be lost to history, is coming to a New York City auction, where it’s expected to fetch at least $750,000.
Can you identify the subject of these “quotes” which refer to Hall of Famers? Be careful — a few of them are tricky.
It was Lazzeri who played alongside the iconic figures of Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig, and who preceded the great Joe DiMaggio as the first great Italian-American ballplayer.
For today’s By The Numbers, I thought I would take a look at the eight sluggers in history who have, thus far, clubbed 600 or more home runs.