Babe Ruth

Deceased Person

Date of death
1948-08-16
Place of death
Cause of death
 

Athlete

Sports played
 

Hall of fame inductee

Hall of fame inductions
 

Name source

Things named after this
 

Film actor

Film performances
 

Art Subject

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Sports League Award Winner

Awards
 

Person or entity appearing in film

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Baseball Player

Former Teams
New York Yankees (1934, 1920)
Atlanta Braves (1935, 1935)
Boston Red Sox (1919, 1914)
Batting Statistics
1919 Major League Baseball Season (Boston Red Sox, 130, 432, 139, 103, 34, 12, 29, 4, 114, 101, 58, 3, 6, 0.322, 0.456, 0.657)
1914 Major League Baseball Season (Boston Red Sox, 5, 10, 2, 1, 1, 2, 4, 0.2, 0.2, 0.3)
1915 Major League Baseball Season (Boston Red Sox, 42, 92, 29, 16, 10, 1, 4, 21, 9, 23, 2, 0.315, 0.376, 0.576)
Lifetime Batting Statistics
1935 Major League Baseball Season (8,399, 1914 Major League Baseball season, 2,503, 2,873, 2,174, 506, 136, 714, 16, 2,213, 2,062, 113, 1330, 43, 2, 0.342, 0.474, 0.69, 1935 Major League Baseball Season)
Position(s)
 

Architectural structure owner

Structures Owned
Home Plate Farm (1926, 1922)
 

Context name

Nickname
Babe
Bam
Jack Dunn's baby
Official name
George Herman Ruth, Jr.
 

Organization member

Member of
 

Person

Spouse (or domestic partner)
1948-08-16 (1929-04-17, Claire Merritt Hodgson, Marriage)
1929-01-11 (1914-10-17, Helen Ruth, Marriage)
Children
Weight
97.5 kg (215 lb)
Height
1.83 m (2 yd)
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Ethnicity
Date of birth
1895-02-06
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