Baseball great Babe Ruth, in uniform, addressing crowd and press during final appearance at Yankee Stadium (shortly before death).
June 13, 1948 Licence
NEW YORK - JUNE 13, 1948. Babe Ruth visits his old locker in Yankee Stadium for the last time on June 13, 1948. On this day Ruth's uniform number was permanently retired. WIth the Babe are Bob Meusel, left, and Mark Koenig, center.
January 01, 2007 Licence
Babe Ruth tips his hat to the wildly cheering crowd which attended the Silver Anniversary ceremonies of the Yankee Stadium, June 13. He hit the first homer in the stadium. After the ceremonies, Ruth sent his uniform to baseball's Hall...More
June 13, 2018 Licence
Leaning on a bat for support, Babe Ruth waits to speak at Yankee Stadium, June 13, 1948, the day the Bombers retired his famous No. 3.
Babe Ruth GÇö ravaged by cancer, he would die two months later GÇö and two unidentified men in the locker room at Yankee Stadium, June 13, 1948.
June 01, 1948 Licence
A famous uniform goes to the Hall of Fame...Babe Ruth takes off his uniform before his locker in the Yankee Stadium, June 13th, after attending ceremonies of the field's silver anniversary. His uniform, bearing the familiar No. 3, goes...More
January 01, 1900 Licence