An artifact dating from the time when Babe Ruth was a young catcher at St. Mary’s Industrial School will be one of the attractions in an auction next month.
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The long-term agreement gives the company exclusive title to hold events at the birthplace of The Babe.June 22, 2014 By
There’s still stuff hiding in America’s basements. Proof of that in Massachusetts, where an early Babe Ruth bat was discovered and is now at auction.November 26, 2012 By
Just two months after buying it, an east coast collector whose home was destroyed by Hurricane Sandy has consigned his 1914 Baltimore News Babe Ruth card.July 27, 2012 By
Man can not live by baseball cards alone. Well, he can, but he’s missing the boat–literally–if he doesn’t explore other things to not far from the Baltimore Convention Center. A mini attractions guide for those heading to the National Sports Collectors Convention next week.September 28, 2011 By
Still in the family of the original owner after 97 years, one of the hobby’s holy grails is treated with respect at the Babe Ruth Museum.July 7, 2010 By
Thanks to a generous benefactor, one of the few surviving 1914 Babe Ruth cards will apparently not be heading for the auction block.June 30, 2010 By
The son of a man who donated a 1914 Baltimore News Babe Ruth card to the Ruth Museum in Baltimore now has a decision to make.