Babe Ruth

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Babe Ruth George Herman Ruth Jr. was born on February 6, 1895 born to Kate and George Ruth. Originally his mom gave birth to eight children, but six died in infancy. Only him and his sister Mamie survived. As a young boy George didn’t receive as much attention as a regular little boy would need. He didn’t receive much attention because of his parents working their long hard hours to support their family. The first seven years of his life he managed to survive for himself on the dirty crowded streets of Baltimore. He never really heard his parents say that they loved him, and they never really showed it either. On June 13, 1902 George was sent to the St. Marys school for boys. They also gave custody to the Xaverian Brothers of the school. George often compared the school to a prison, because it had big prison walls that surrounded the whole campus, and it had armed guards at every exit. He only went to see his real parents for short periods of time, and when he did he was always sent Continue...


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