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Babe Ruth retired in 1935 with 714 career Home Runs, Lou Gehrig was second in career home runs with 338, Jimmy Foxx third with 302, and Roger Hornsby with 300 in fourth place to complete the 300 Home Run Club. In 1921 Babe Ruth passed the career home run leader, Roger Connor who had 138 home runs. The Babe finished the season with 168 career home runs.


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