First Game, Last Out in 1927
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Matt Rothenberg is the manager of the Giamatti Research Center at the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum
#Shortstops: Waite Hoyt Remembers The Babe
Waite Hoyt loved to talk about Babe Ruth, his teammate for ten years. He recalls some of his favorites in an oral history digitized by the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum.
2016 Ford C. Frick Award Winner Graham McNamee
Lou Gehrig hits four consecutive home runs
On June 3, 1932, Lou Gehrig hit a home run in his first four at-bats against the Philadelphia Athletics. Though Bobby Lowe and Hall of Famer Ed Delahanty had each hit four home runs in a contest during the 1890s, no one had accomplished the feat before in baseball’s modern era.
The Voice of Babe Ruth
Hall of Fame umpire Billy Evans provides a rare glimpse of the authentic Babe Ruth.