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He holds every single record known to man <----- not true

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Babe Ruth broke Roger Connor's career home run record of 138. Babe Ruth broke the record in 1921 when he hit number 139.


Before Babe Ruth, Roger Connor held the home run record, with 138 home runs.


Babe Ruth set the record for home runs, with an amount of 714 home runs.


In 1927. Babe Ruth set the record for most home runs in a season with 60. He broke his own record of 59.


One record that Babe Rut broke was Roger Connor's record for career home runs with 138. Babe Ruth broke the record in 1921 when he hit number 139.


You need to be more specific. Babe Ruth hit many record breaking home runs.


As a pitcher Babe Ruth had a record of 94 wins 46 losses with an ERA of 2.28


Roger Connor held the record for career home runs with 138, until Babe Ruth broke the record in 1921 when he hit number 139.


In 1927 Babe Ruth set the single season home run record with 60, breaking his own record of 59 home runs set in 1921.


Before Babe Ruth broke the career home run record, it was held by Roger Connor with 138.


Neither. Barry Bonds has led since 2007 with 762 home runs in his career. Hank Aaron had 755 and Babe Ruth had 714.


Babe Ruth home run recordsBabe Ruth set two major home run records in his career by the time he retired. The single season home run record and the all time career home run record. Roger Connor held the record for career home runs with 138, until Babe Ruth broke the record in 1921 when he hit number 139. The Babe would go on and finish his career with 714 in 1935. The record would hold up until 1974 when Hank Arron hit number 715. The Babe also set the single season home run record in 1927, breaking his own record of 59, in 1921. That record will stand until 1961 when RogerMaris hit 61, in 1961.


Yes.When Babe Ruth retired in 1935, his 1330 career strikeouts was an MLB record. That record was broken in 1964 by Mickey Mantle.He never held the MLB single season strikeout record. That record, during the length of Ruth's career, was 120 by Gus Williams of the 1914 St. Louis Browns. The most times Ruth struckout in a season was 93 in 1923.


Must be Babe Ruth as Joseph Williams was apparently not much of a baseball player as there is no record of him in baseball.


In 1927 Babe Ruth hit 60 home runs to break his own single season home record of 59 set in 1921.


46 lossesBabe Ruth had a career pitching record of 94 wins 46 losses and a 2.28 ERA.


Baseball legend Babe Ruth died on August 16, 1948 of cancer. He had a record of 714 home runs in his career.


Babe Ruth as a pitcher had a career record of 94 wins 46 losses with a 2.28 ERA. As a hitter Babe Ruth had a career batting average of .342 714 home runs, and 2,217 RBIs.


Babe Ruth had a win-los record of 94-46 with a 2.28 ERA.


Babe Ruth is what some people thin but to be honest it is Hank Aaron because he beat Babe ruth`s record.


Babe Ruth was a legend while he was alive. He set the record for the most home runs and was famous all over the country.


In 1915 Babe Ruth was 18-8 with a 2.44 ERA. .692 winning % In 1916 Babe Ruth was 23-12 with a 1.75. Era. .657 winning % In 1917 Babe Ruth was 24-13 with a 2.01 Era. .649 winning %


He's called Babe Ruth because Babe stands for rookies and Ruth was his last name.


Babe Ruth held a home-run record of 714 until Hank Aaron, and Barry Bonds shattered his record. Based on the mythology that is associated with Babe Ruth, and the legend he has become, these men experienced a strange phenomena which had fans not wanting the Babe's record to be broken.