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Babe Ruth

Babe Ruth (Outfielder)

George Herman Ruth, Jr. (February 6, 1895 - August 16, 1948), best known as "Babe" Ruth and nicknamed "the Bambino" and "the Sultan of Swat", was an American Major League baseball player from 1914-1935. In 1936, Ruth became one of the first five players elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame.

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DecadePlayer Name# Hit
1870s Lip Pike 20
1880s Harry Stovey 89
1890s Hugh Duffy 83
1900s Harry Davis 67
1910s Gavvy Cravath 116
1920s Babe Ruth 467
1930s Jimmie Foxx 415
1940s Ted Williams 234
1950s Duke Snider 326
1960s Harmon Killebrew 393
1970s Willie Stargell 296
1980s Mike Schmidt 313
1990s Mark McGwire 405


Most Homers Any Decade


 Player Name# HitDecade
1 Babe Ruth 4671920s
2 Jimmie Foxx 4151930s
3 Mark McGwire 4051990s
4 Harmon Killebrew 3931960s
5 Ken Griffey 3821990s
6 Hank Aaron 3751960s
7 Barry Bonds 3611990s
8 Albert Belle 3511990s
9 Willie Mays 3501960s
10 Lou Gehrig 3471930s
11 Juan Gonzalez 3391990s
12 Sammy Sosa 3321990s
13 Rafael Palmeiro 3281990s
14 Duke Snider 3261950s
15 Frank Robinson 3161960s
16 Mike Schmidt 3131980s
17 Gil Hodges 3101950s
18 Dale Murphy 3081980s
18 Mel Ott 3081930s
20 Jose Canseco 3031990s


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FL 1915 St. Louis Terriers
FL 1914 Indianapolis Hoosiers
AA 1891 Boston Reds
PL 1890 Boston Reds
AA 1886 St. Louis Cardinals
UA 1884 St. Louis Maroons
AA 1883 Philadelphia Athletics
AA 1882 Cincinnati Reds
NA 1875 Boston Red Stockings
NA 1874 Boston Red Stockings
NA 1873 Boston Red Stockings
NA 1872 Boston Red Stockings
NA 1871 Philadelphia Athletics

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Today in Baseball History: Oct 31

1973
On October 31, 1973, future Hall of Famer Tom Seaver of the New York Mets wins the National League's Cy Young Award. Seaver, who finished the regular season with a record of 19-10, becomes the first pitcher in major league history to win the award with fewer than 20 victories.

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