#ShortStops: The Sultan of Southpaw Shutouts
Covering the period of 1921 to 1935, viewers will get to see what Walsh compiled on Ruth’s baseball career and his activities on and off the field. As shown by the traveling “We Are Baseball” exhibit and our digitization efforts, the Baseball Hall of Fame wants to bring itself and its treasures to baseball fans across the United States and the world, and the Babe Ruth Scrapbooks will be among the first of many opportunities for an inside look at the Babe that has only before been accessible to those making the trip to Cooperstown.
Matt Rothenberg is the manager of the Giamatti Research Center at the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum
Ford breaks Ruth’s World Series scoreless innings streak
Yankees' southpaw authored streak of 33 and two-thirds shutout innings in the Fall Classic.
Babe Ruth clubs his first major league homer
The rookie hurler showed the power that would make him famous.
The Babe’s Called Shot
With the count 2 balls and two strikes, Ruth seemed to point two fingers toward center field.
A notch in Babe’s bat
Babe Ruth and his notched bat of 1927.