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One of the last pictures taken of Babe Ruth. Here he is in the locker room at Yankee Stadium, June the day his number 3 was retired. This was taken about 2 months before he died of cancer.

Babe Ruth salutes the New York fans during his final appearance at Yankee Stadium in 1948. (AP) GALLERY: Rare Photos of Babe Ruth

“Babe Retires No. is a Pulitzer Prize winning photograph shot by Nat Fein of the New York Herald Tribune in This photograph is one of my favorite Pulitzer Prize winners of the past cen.

Baseball legend Babe Ruth's number 3 is retired on June 13, 1948. He would die of cancer just two months later.

ICONIC PHOTOS - Thousands cheer at Yankee Stadium as baseball legend Babe Ruth stands alone at home plate as his number 3 is retired on June Ruth would die of cancer just two months later.

New York Yankees basesball pajamas.  Babe Ruth number 3 on front and back.  These tend to run small.

Wes & Willy Boys Blue Striped Babe Ruth New York Yankees Baseball Pajamas - New York Yankees basesball pajamas. Babe Ruth number 3 on front and back. These tend to run small.

Women's New York Yankees Babe Ruth Majestic Gray Cooperstown Collection From the Stretch Name & Number T-Shirt 1

Women's Majestic Babe Ruth Gray New York Yankees Cooperstown Collection From the Stretch Name & Number T-Shirt

Hank Aaron  broke Babe Ruth's homerun record with 715 homers. 4.8.1974

Hank Aaron saw his name bypass Babe Ruth's on this April 1974 swing of the bat. Hank Aaron broke Babe Ruth's homerun record with 715 homers.

On September 30, 1927, Babe Ruth hits his 60th homerun of the season to break his own major-league record.

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George Herman Ruth Born: February Baltimore, Maryland Died: August New York, New York Bats: Left Throws: Left Played For: Boston Red Sox New York Yankees Boston Braves Elected to the Hall of Fame by Baseball Writers: 1936

TIME: The Babe Bows Out: Behind Nat Fein's Photo Of Babe Ruth | 100 Photos -  On the day the Yankees retired Babe Ruth’s number, Nat Fein’s instinct to shoot him in 1948 from behind paid homage not only to the baseball legend but to the House that Ruth Built.

On the day the Yankees retired Babe Ruth’s number, Nat Fein’s instinct to shoot him in 1948 from behind paid homage not only to the baseball legend but to th.

Prior to Ruth leaving Boston for New York, the Red Sox had won five of the first 15 World Series. Portrayals of the "curse" have appeared everywhere:

Babe Ruth Would Now Be Listed as a Contact Hitter

Tin Sign Dorm Room Decor features a black and white photo of the American baseball hero Babe Ruth striking a candid pose. This tin sign is perfect for baseball lovers and American sports fans alike.

New York Yankees Babe Ruth bows as he acknowledges the cheers of thousands of fans who saw the no. 3 retired permanently by the Yankees during the June 13, 1948 observance of the 25th anniversary of the opening of Yankee Stadium in New York. (Sporting News Archives)

New York Yankees Babe Ruth bows as he acknowledges the cheers of thousands of fans who saw the no. 3 retired permanently by the Yankees during the June 1948 observance of the anniversary of the opening of Yankee Stadium in New York.

Bob Feller Signed 16x20 Babe Ruth Yankees Photo PSA COA . $55.00. Hall of Fame Pitcher,Bob Feller,Hand Signed Black and White 16x20" Photograph of Babe Ruth.On the Bottom of the Photo is the Following Description:Babe Ruth's final appearance in uniform leaning on Bob Feller's bat. Yankee Stadium June 13, 1948.GREAT AUTHENTIC BOB FELLER AND BABE RUTH BASEBALL COLLECTIBLE!! .AUTOGRAPH AUTHENTICATED BY PSA DNA AUTHENTICATION, ITEM COMES WITH NUMBERED PSA DNA AUTHENTICATION...

Bob Feller Signed 16x20 Babe Ruth Yankees Photo PSA COA . $55.00. Hall of Fame Pitcher,Bob Feller,Hand Signed Black and White 16x20" Photograph of Babe Ruth.On the Bottom of the Photo is the Following Description:Babe Ruth's final appearance in uniform leaning on Bob Feller's bat. Yankee Stadium June 13, 1948.GREAT AUTHENTIC BOB FELLER AND BABE RUTH BASEBALL COLLECTIBLE!! .AUTOGRAPH AUTHENTICATED BY PSA DNA AUTHENTICATION, ITEM COMES WITH NUMBERED PSA DNA AUTHENTICATION...

Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig, Ed Diamond, and Al Simmons at the 1933 All-Star Game in Comiskey Park, Chicago - BL-8382-94 (National Baseball Hall of Fame Library)

Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig, Ed Diamond, and Al Simmons at the 1933 All-Star Game in Comiskey Park, Chicago - (National Baseball Hall of Fame Library)

Embroidered Baseball/Softball with Babe Ruth Quote

Embroidered Baseball/Softball with Babe Ruth Quote

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