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Jack Dunn knew he had a star on his hands and he wanted Ruth to know that he was appreciated so he raised his salary not once, but twice. By June of 1914 Ruth was earning over $1,200 per month. Ruth thought this was a lot of money.
In July of 1914, The Boston Red Sox purchased Babe Ruth's contract for $8,500...
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Although Ruth was sad to be leaving the Orioles, he knew that things would only get better for him. At the age of 19, he became a major leaguer.
On July 11, 1914 he made his debut as a major leaguer at Fenway Park. For the next six years, he pitched and played the outfield for the Red Sox. In 1915, he hit his first home run in the major's...
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