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I first read Mr. Creamer's book on Babe Ruth when it was published in 1974.
Babe The Legend Comes to Life a great baseball book and a great read for anyone wanting to learn about a man who lived life in high gear on and off the field.
The book is well written, does not bog you down, keeps your interest from beginning to end.
Good details, but you need to be a real baseball historian to follow all of the players that are referenced.Published 24 days ago by Melissa Lawrence
This is a very readable biography of the great ballplayer. However, if you're not into baseball then you will probably find it uninteresting. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Uncle Davy
ROBERT CREAMER DOES A GREAT JOB OF WRITING. NOT ONLY DO YOU
GET INSIGHTS TO BABE RUTH BUT INSIGHTS INTO THE EVOLUTION OF BASEBALL
DURING THE TEENS UP TO THE 40'S. Read more
Average sports book. Many interesting facts about Babe. Too bad his night life and poor physical condition cut his life short.Published 3 months ago by James J Leahy
Great insights into the Sultan's life. A good read that is worth the pick-up. I recommend it for all baseball aficionados.Published 3 months ago by Robert Riccardi
Too much baseball too little Babe. I wasn't expecting to go thru games one pitch at a time. I know how baseball is played and wanted more just Babe and his playmates!!Published 3 months ago by Bic
A lot of interesting details about the life of George Herman "Babe" Ruth from his youth and family and years in a Catholic boys home to his varied career in Baseball from... Read morePublished 3 months ago by RICHARD M. FEWKES