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This is the man who made baseball the national pastime, the kid who started out looking like a Hall of Fame left-handed pitcher with the Boston Red Sox who became a Hall of Fame left-handed hitting outfielder with the New York Yankees. He might of not been the fittest player but he made his presence known on the field and everywhere he went...
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He was a walking legend and he didn't even know it.
In 1946, Babe was diagnosed with throat cancer and spent three months in the hospital. The operations messed up his voice. It caused him to lose 80 pounds, and made him nearly unable to move. In April 27 was declared Babe Ruth Day for every organized baseball league in the U...
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