Boston Red Sox, NY Yankees, Boston Braves
BABE RUTH'S BOOK OF BASEBALL
Narrated by Bill Bonham
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running time is 35 minutes
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Written by Babe Ruth at the height of his career (1928), Babe Ruth’s Book of Baseball is his autobiographical, and instructional, account of the game in the glory years, a fascinating look through Babe’s eyes at such old-time greats as Ty Cobb, Lou Gehrig, and many others. The style is truly Ruthian, bighearted and straightforward. His yarns about baseball life on and off the field are entertaining; his insights into the game are masterful. Babe shines through as a colorful and clever commentator on himself and the game he loved. Abridged.
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