.690 lifetime slugging pct.  Babe Ruth  Though Ruth's more glamorous records have been eclipsed, this one has withstood challenges from Lou Gehrig to Ted Williams to Barry Bonds and remains intact. Albert Pujols, currently the game's most prolific slugger, has never reached .690 even once in his stellar career.

.690 lifetime slugging pct. Babe Ruth Though Ruth's more glamorous records have been eclipsed, this one has withstood challenges from Lou Gehrig to Ted Williams to Barry Bonds and remains intact. Albert Pujols, currently the game's most prolific slugger, has never reached .690 even once in his stellar career.

Babe Ruth | New York Yankees | Right Fielder | 1936

Babe Ruth | New York Yankees | Right Fielder | 1936

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Babe Ruth - NY Yankees More

babe ruth quotes---Let's cross apply this quote to every sport

babe ruth quotes---Let's cross apply this quote to every sport

Babe Ruth baseball. Saw a signed Babe Ruth bat at the Bob Feller Museum in Iowa!

Babe Ruth baseball. Saw a signed Babe Ruth bat at the Bob Feller Museum in Iowa!

Babe Ruth - I LOVE this picture. This was the beginning of the Red Sox curse. The owner of the Red Sox sold Babe to the Yankees in order to fund his theatrical endeavors.

Babe Ruth - I LOVE this picture. This was the beginning of the Red Sox curse. The owner of the Red Sox sold Babe to the Yankees in order to fund his theatrical endeavors.

Lou Gehrig & Babe Ruth of NY Yankees

Lou Gehrig & Babe Ruth of NY Yankees

Ted Williams and Babe Ruth

Ted Williams and Babe Ruth

In this 1934 photo, Ruth slides safely into home during a Yankees-Tigers game. (AP)

In this 1934 photo, Ruth slides safely into home during a Yankees-Tigers game. (AP)

George Herman "Babe" Ruth played baseball for the New York Yankees during the 1920s. He hit 61 home runs during the 1927 season to break the record, one that held for 34 years. This site links to Babe Ruth's page at the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, NY and includes a brief biography, links to stats, and his hall of fame induction speech.

George Herman "Babe" Ruth played baseball for the New York Yankees during the 1920s. He hit 61 home runs during the 1927 season to break the record, one that held for 34 years. This site links to Babe Ruth's page at the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, NY and includes a brief biography, links to stats, and his hall of fame induction speech.

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