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What year did babe ruthe break the home run record?

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Babe broke the record for career home runs, which was 138, in 1921 and broke the single season record for home runs in 1919 (record was 27 and he hit 29), 1920 (record was 29 and he hit 54), 1921 (record was 54 and he hit 59), and 1927 (record was 59 and he hit 60).

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