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“As catcher Jason Varitek leaped into the arms of pitcher Allen Embry, everyone from Hartford to Maine, including those who invaded their House of Horrors in the South Bronx to witness history, danced on the grave of Babe Ruth as they rejoiced.”
“Conjuring up the reason why Babe Ruth landed in New York, “No, No, Nanette,” I chanted in two-three rhythm.”
“After a sixth-place finish in 1919, he sold legendary pitcher-turned-slugging-outfielder Babe Ruth for $125,000 and a loan of $300,000, a security amount on Fenway Park, the Red Sox’ home stadium.”
“I sit peacefully over my poached eggs and toast, wishing only the gentle news of the latest poisoned-chocolates case or Babe Ruth clouting his homer, and who should stare out at me from the pages of a newspaper from a city halfway across the world from my home but Conan Doyle. ”
“Perhaps more relevant, 1918 was two years before Red Sox owner Harry Frazee sold Babe Ruth to the Yankees for $125,000 cash and a $300,000 loan, on which the collateral was Fenway Park itself.”
“—The reported words of Babe Ruth to Yankee manager Miller Huggins, after Huggins fined him $5,000 for misconduct”
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