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Tin Sign Dorm Room Decor features a black and white photo of the American baseball hero Babe Ruth striking a candid pose. This tin sign is perfect for baseball lovers and American sports fans alike.

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(13x19) Babe Ruth Swing Big Quote Sports Poster Print by Poster, http://www.amazon.com/dp/B006MOIR12/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_iOJxrb1F7E99E

“Babe Retires No. is a Pulitzer Prize winning photograph shot by Nat Fein of the New York Herald Tribune in This photograph is one of my favorite Pulitzer Prize winners of the past cen.

One of most iconic photos ever, if it wasn't for Babe Ruth, the great sport of baseball might not exist today

One of the most famous athletes in the U. in during the was baseball star George. Herman “Babe” Ruth, the right fielder for the New York Yankees. He had a record of 60 home runs in

New York Yankees Babe Ruth bows as he acknowledges the cheers of thousands of fans who saw the no. 3 retired permanently by the Yankees during the June 13, 1948 observance of the 25th anniversary of the opening of Yankee Stadium in New York. (Sporting News Archives)

New York Yankees Babe Ruth bows as he acknowledges the cheers of thousands of fans who saw the no. 3 retired permanently by the Yankees during the June 1948 observance of the anniversary of the opening of Yankee Stadium in New York.

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Steph Curry sinks the three-pointer. All in under a minute. With fans in Oracle Arena going absolutely crazy. Curry would go on to lead the Golden State Warriors to a

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Congratulations to Ken Griffey Jr on being selected to the Hall of Fame!

Ken Griffey, Jr., Seattle Mariners, 1989--Back in the day when I would take the kids to the Kingdome to see him play!

The KID Griffey Jr. back in the Young Days at old Comiskey Park in Chicago vs the Pale Hose

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The Sultan of Swat was born in Baltimore, Md., on Feb. He went on to hit 714 home runs, win seven World Series, and become the widely considered greatest baseball player of all time.

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