Barnstorming Babe Ruth In Oil City
Oil City, Pennsylvania - October 27, 1923
The Bam And His Gang - June 20, 1923
Silver Jubilee Exposition - Grand Central Palace - NYC
Here’s Babe Ruth in his favorite place to be besides the ballpark…being around children. He looks pretty dapper in his suit and bow tie.
A Distinguished Group ca.1923-25
(L-R) Fred Hofmann, Admiral Charles Peshall Plunkett, Col. Theodore Roosevelt, Fred Lewis, Babe Ruth & Bob Shawkey
Babe Ruth cover of ‘Baseball Magazine’ - December 1923
“Babe Ruth Unanimously Voted The Most Valuable Star Of The American League”
Funny how they called it “The Most Valuable Star” and not the “Most Valuable Player”. Babe received all eight 1st place votes. Here’s how the voting broke down: 1923 MVP Voting
Uncle Robbie & The Babe - 1920’s
That’s Hall Of Famer Wilbert Robinson and The Babe posing together. Judging from the uniform on the player in the dugout, this pic looks like it might have been taken during the World Series (1921, ‘22 or ‘23) vs. the New York Giants. It should be noted that Uncle Robbie managed the Robins (Dodgers) in the 1916 World Series against Babe and the Boston Red Sox, won by the Red Sox 5 games.