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"This fascinating, in-depth study (based on 28 years of research!) argues that Ruth hit baseballs farther than any man in the game--ever." -- Playboy
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I got the book as a gift and while I was well aware of Ruth's phenomenal career and stats, my first reaction was that the premise was preposterous. But then I read the book. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Edward F. Healey
The Year Babe Ruth hit 104 Home Runs is simply spectacular. For whatever reason (perhaps meriting a book in itself), it seems Baseball fans study, know and quote their favorite... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Theodore Kanakis
Babe Ruth's Hitting And Pitching Records, Will Be Broken ,But Babe Ruth The Icon ,Survives As Long As Baseball Is Played
Bill Jenkinson's Fine Book Explains Why, His Home Run... Read more
The Book was delivered very fast with good shipping materials and came in the condition stated. Great book by the way. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Scott Ruecker
This is a classic, I keep getting new copies because I have been loaning my copies to people, and of course I do not get them back. This book is well researched. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Jon Ziegler
A very well presented argument for the recrowning of the Sultan of Swat. This book gives a lot of insight about the lives of the old time ball players and you can't help but... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Bob Wallace