5 Memorable Opening Day Moments in Baseball History
Baseball is finally back, Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) has five memorable opening day moments.
Throwback: Babe Ruth Becomes First MLB Player To Hit 600 Home Runs
In 1931, the Yankees legend becomes the first player in MLB history to reach 600 home runs, and remains the quickest player to reach this milestone today.
Throwback: Babe Ruth Becomes First MLB Player To Hit 500 Home Runs
In 1929, the Yankees' slugger becomes the first player in MLB history to reach this milestone.
Throwback: Babe Ruth Gets The Win As Pitcher In Major League Debut
In 1914, Ruth pitches seven strong innings for the Boston Red Sox, getting the 4-3 victory over the Cleveland Indians.
Throwback: Babe Ruth Leads A.L. To First All-Star Game Victory At Comiskey Park
Babe Ruth hit the first home run in a mid-season exhibition based on an idea from a Chicago sports editor.
Throwback: Babe Ruth's Last Game
On this day in 1935, the Great Bambino made his final MLB appearance.
For Sale: Babe Ruth's Will And Testament
The Bambino's critical papers figure to fetch a high price.
Remembering The Day Hank Aaron Broke Babe Ruth's All-Time Home Run Record
On April 8, 1974, the slugger hit his 715th career home run, surpassing Babe Ruth.
John Lackey Gives Pat Neshek A Babe Ruth-Signed Ball In Exchange For No. 41
The former Red Sox hurler gave his new teammate an impressive gift in order to keep his jersey number.
Author Ed Sherman: Why Babe Ruth's 'Called Shot' Still Resonates With Fans
Why Babe Ruth's 'Called Shot' Still Resonates