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Thread: Babe Ruth Pictures (some RARE ones!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by BolaNgBasebol View Post
    Looks Manila to me. The dugout is quite similar to the dugouts at the Rizal Memorial Baseball Stadium. Lou Gehrig hit the first-ever homer at the stadium. The Bambino was the second.

    Didn't know Connie Mack was part of the tour. Great find! Great photo!
    Thanx! More pics to come...

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    Babe Visits Dizzy & Daffy - 1934 World Series
    (L-R) Jay "Dizzy" Dean, Babe Ruth & Paul "Daffy" Dean
    From the Dean brothers epic 1934 season. Their pitching combined for 49 victories (Dizzy 30 - Daffy 19) and a World Championship for the Cardinals.
    Last edited by BSmile; 04-10-2012 at 05:20 AM.

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    Welcome Babe!
    1947 Ford Sponsored American Legion Tour

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    Babe Is Welcomed By Bathing Beauties
    1947 Ford Sponsored American Legion Tour Pt.2

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    Babe Welcomes The Crow (ca.1932)
    Ruth Family Apartment - Riverside Drive, NYC
    Here is Babe welcoming new Yankees shortstop Frank "Crow" Crosetti. It offers another peak into the massive collection of photos that were housed there. There wasn't a specific date attached to the original photo, but Crosetti played with the team starting in 1932. So I'm guessing that either Babe is welcoming him to the team or this could have occurred during/after the 1932 World Series.

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    Babe At The Mic - WWRL Radio New York

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    A Distinguished Group ca.1923-25
    (L-R) Fred Hofmann, Admiral Charles Peshall Plunkett, Col. Theodore Roosevelt, Fred Lewis, Babe & Bob Shawkey
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    Bam on his way to the park.
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    Babe barnstorming tour. Often when barnstorming players would get into uniform at hotel and walk to playing field.
    Looks very lean, has to be early 1920's
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    Babe Asleep In The Laundry Cart
    Here's a new edit of this classic photo, larger and clearer than ever. So is Babe sleeping one off, a few too many perhaps? Judging from the uniform, it’s more likely that this was a promo photo for one of the many baseball short films he made.
    Last edited by BSmile; 04-24-2012 at 05:38 AM.

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    Posted on wrong thread.
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    Posted in error.
    Last edited by SHOELESSJOE3; 04-24-2012 at 07:11 AM.

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    My apology, those two posts were meant to be posted on a Babe page. Will try to delete them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BSmile View Post
    Babe Asleep In The Laundry Cart
    Here's a new edit of this classic photo, larger and clearer than ever. So is Babe sleeping one off, a few too many perhaps? Judging from the uniform, it’s more likely that this was a promo photo for one of the many baseball short films he made.
    I go with that BSMILE, a promo.
    Did not like what I once saw on a Babe bio video. Narrator stated that Babe often had to be carried home after a night on the town, that was an exaggeration. But as those words were spoken that pic was displayed on the screen as though there was some connection.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SHOELESSJOE3 View Post
    I go with that BSMILE, a promo.
    Did not like what I once saw on a Babe bio video. Narrator stated that Babe often had to be carried home after a night on the town, that was an exaggeration. But as those words were spoken that pic was displayed on the screen as though there was some connection.
    Between the pose, the original edit & the uniform, it was obviously done by a movie studio. The word "LAUNDRY" isn't even really there, it was crudely added by an artist/editor.

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    Babe & The Boy With Crutches
    The Babe's empathy for sick/injured children really comes out in this one. I'd say that this was taken sometime in the early 1930's. . and btw, tons of editing to get this photo back into shape.
    Last edited by BSmile; 04-26-2012 at 05:57 AM.

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    Babe Shoots Target Practice In A Different Time
    The target is very, very socially insensitive...but that was the 1920's.

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    Cool

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    Spring 1940

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    The Newest Yankee - 1920
    Babe strikes a pose in his first Yankees uniform. I'm guessing that this might be during spring training.

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    Babe Ruth National Game Of Baseball - 1921
    From the board game's cover.

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