Baseball Pictures Babe Ruth Here. The Babe. Svelte. At this point in his career, which was a lot of his career, he was approximately 6'2" tall and weighed 215 lbs. One of those years he hit 13 triples. Here he is pictured in the Pinstripes. Those were the day he hit more home runs than other teams. Pinstripes? The Yankees started using their navy blue colored pinstripes in 1915 and have continually worn them since. Rumor has it that the Yankees adopted pinstripes to give Babe a slimmer look…
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Pitcher Jim Palmer and manager Earl Weaver of the Baltimore Orioles...
Pitcher Jim Palmer and manager Earl Weaver of the Baltimore Orioles laughing in this photo before a Major League Baseball game circa 1978. Palmer played for the Orioles from 1965-84.
The Greatest Pure Athletes of All Time
Number crunching and salary scrutinizing have headlined sports for some time now, as scouts, fans and analysts continue to find new-and-improved ways to judge athletic success...
1978 Hostess Paul Molitor
Milwaukee Brewers CTNW Fan Favorites #3 Paul Molitor was the runner up to Detroit's Lou Whitaker in the 1978 Rookie of the Year voting. As a rookie Molitor stole 30 of his 504 career bases. He would go on to play in 7 All Star games, win 4 Silver Slugger awards and a World Series MVP in his Hall of fame career. For those of us who were kids in the mid to late '70s, We remember picking out our cereal by which ones had cards inserted in them. We also remember going through the all boxes of…
Jim Palmer Baltimore Orioles MLB 1979 World Series Photo (Size: 8" x 10")
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Rare SI Photos of Mike Schmidt
A 12-time All-Star and 10-time Gold Glove winner, Mike Schmidt hit 548 home runs and led the NL in homers eight times. In addition to winning three MVP awards, Schmitty received more votes than any other third basemen when Major League Baseball announced its All-Century team in 1999. He received 96.52% of the vote when he was elected to the Hall of Fame in 1995. As "Iron Mike" turns 66 years old on Sept. 27, 2015, SI honors Schmidt with 20 rare photos of No. 20.
Baltimore Orioles' Cal Ripken Jr. #3 and Eddie Murray pose for a...
Baltimore Orioles' Cal Ripken Jr. #3 and Eddie Murray pose for a photo at Memorial Stadium circa the 1980's in Baltimore, Maryland.
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