Babe Ruth

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Ruth's father was a bartender and his mother helped at their tavern. Ruth's parents made no time for him so they sent him to St. Mary's Industrial School for Boys. Adult Life: Helen Woodford: married on October 17, 1914 in Ellicott City, Maryland. In 1921, they adopted a little girl named Dorothy. Jan 11, 1929, Helen died in a fire of suffocation...
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Jan 11, 1929, Helen died in a fire of suffocation. About 3 months later, on April 17, 1929, Babe married Claire Hodgson in New York. In 1930, Babe adopted Claire's daughter Julia & Claire adopted Babe's daughter Dorothy. Significant Accomplishments: Babe's record of 714 homers was only beaten by Hank Aaron in 1974...
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