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The Yankees had some excellent pitchers during the Ruth glory years, but Yankees scoring explosions could make any pitcher look better than he was.By 1929, their five top pitchers were all close to 30 years old. The game was rained out, so the Ruths had a day of honeymoon before the season got underway.In the rescheduled opener, the Yankees were attired in their new uniforms: pinstriped, because natty dresser Colonel Ruppert felt the stripes would make Babe’s large middle less obvious, and with their numbers on the back, the first team ever to do so

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It makes sense that before 1946, people did not have the leisure time or money to go to games, especially, again, with most games played during weekdays. If you look at attendance numbers for baseball games before night games, before tv, before World War II ended, before the rise of computers and the service economy, you notice that a team very rarely drew even a million fans at home in a season

Why did Babe Ruth wear number 3


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How many times have the New York Yankees reached the Postseason? John The New York Yankees have reached the Postseason 50 times as of 2011: Classic Era..

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