Babe Ruth - 1926 and 1928 The Three-Home Run World Series Games

To celebrate these historic achievements our monumental display includes hard-to-find tickets from Game 4 of both the 1926 and 1928 World Series Game where Ruth’s 3 home runs took place as well as scored programs from each game. Furthermore, we include the pitchers' autographs who fell victim to Ruth’s power Flint Rhem, Herman Bell from 1926 & “Wee Willie” Sherdel, and the great Grover Cleveland Alexander in 1928. Perhaps the most interesting items included are the autographs of two umpires, Bill Klem (HOF) from 1926 and Cy Pfirman whose controversial call gave Ruth an opportunity for his heroics in 1928. Moreover, we include vintage newspaper articles reporting the two World Series games and an image of Ruth which to the surprise of most visitors is not a photograph but a painting by noted artist Adam Port. This one-of-a-kind display measuring 63 x 44 inches not only relieves a baseball hero's achievement but an American icon. No one has hit 3 home runs in two World Series since the Babe to this day!

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