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by George Herman Babe Ruth

  • Author: George Herman Babe Ruth
  • ISBN: 1417966157
  • ISBN13: 978-1417966158
  • ePub: 1533 kb | FB2: 1634 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Literary
  • Publisher: Kessinger Publishing, LLC (May 4, 2005)
  • Pages: 248
  • Rating: 4.9/5
  • Votes: 910
  • Format: lit txt doc mobi
The Home Run King Or How Pep Pindar Won His Title ePub download

Babe Ruth (1895–1948). George Herman Ruth, Jr. Description. author QS:P170,Q213812.

Babe Ruth (1895–1948). American baseball player. The "Home-run king", or, How Pep Pindar won his title. A brief biographical sketch of the author": p. 1-10.

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Ruth, born as George Herman Ruth J. and his sister Mamie were the only two of George . George was ecstatic to get paid to play the game he loved. There are several stories about how George Ruth got his nickname "Babe. and his sister Mamie were the only two of George and Kate Ruth's eight children to survive childhood. George's parents worked long hours running a bar, and so little George ran the streets of Baltimore, Maryland getting into trouble. The most popular is that Dunn was often finding new recruits and so when George Ruth showed up at practice, another player called out, "he's one of Dunnie's babes," which eventually was just shortened to "Babe.

The Home Run King book. Children's book supposedly authored by Babe Ruth. Includes a short biographical sketch of the author.

Babe Ruth seems the antithesis of Christy Mathewson-an uneducated, unmannered galoot whose voracious .

Babe Ruth seems the antithesis of Christy Mathewson-an uneducated, unmannered galoot whose voracious appetites and towering home runs shepherded in the power game that Crawford lamented. But Ruth himself was an acolyte of Mathewson’s philosophy, in word if not necessarily in deed. In 1920, Ruth published a young-adult novel of his own, The Home-Run King: Or How Pep Pindar Won His Title, that extolled the virtues of education, clean living, and inside baseball. It reads like a lost volume from Mathewson’s . series, with one key difference.

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