120 years ago on Friday, the world’s greatest baseball player was born in Baltimore.
Up for auction. It’s been 100 years since the Great Bambino played his first game.
The first ball Babe Ruth hit over the fence in Yankee Stadium and his 1918 contract with the Boston Red Sox are among about three dozen Ruth-related items scheduled for auction in Baltimore.
The most celebrated athlete in the history of American sports was born in Baltimore, and on the 100th anniversary of the start of his professional career, there is a new exhibit a the Babe Ruth Museum.
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.
It’s not a reach to say the kid from the North Baltimore Aquatic Club is the greatest Olympian of all time. And that got me thinking about how lucky Baltimore sports fans have been to have watched so many that have been considered among the Greatest Of All Time.
It was once on display here in Baltimore, and now its set an auction record for baseball memorabilia.
Celebrate the 116th anniversary of Ruth’s birth in Baltimore on February 6, 1895. Mike Gibbons joined Mark and Bulldog to discuss.
Amateur sluggers will be able to hold a bat Babe Ruth used during a charity event at a Baltimore hospital.