Babe Ruth's Accomplishments

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Focusing on your own goals can lead to greater success by helping you craft your own goal to prosperity. Being an individual player can help make you a better player overall mentally and physically. Babe Ruth was born on February 6, 1895, and was an American baseball player whose career in Major League Baseball lasted around 22 seasons, from 1914 through 1935. He worked on his own personal work and world records. During Babe’s early life his parents worked long hours which resulted in him skipping school or causing trouble in his neighborhood. His parents realized that he was not in a strict environment, which resulted in him getting sent to St. Mary’s Industrial School for Boys, a school run by Catholic monks. Babe developed a love and passion for baseball at the school, one of the monks (Brother Matthias) helped him refine his baseball skills, working on being an excellent pitcher, catcher, and batter. Babe would mostly practice by himself to focus on individual skills and individual mental capabilities. As Babe grew and got extensively better at the game of baseball; he was offered a contract to play for the Baltimore Orioles. This offer was given to Babe by Jack Dunn (Owner of the Baltimore Orioles). In 1915 Babe was sold to play for the prestigious Boston Red Sox. Babe was mostly known for his unbelievable batting skills, but he pitched for the Boston Red Sox for four out of five games leading to his major-league win on July 11th, 1914. Babe’s last season with the Red Sox ended at the tail of the…show more content…
Even though he moved teams often, he still was an individual player and focused on his own problems. He sometimes practiced on his own just to distil his baseball batting expertise. Babe is now one of the most recognized Hall of Famers in all American sports and now has a statue of himself in Camden Yards also known as “Babe’s
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