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U.S. #2046
20¢ Babe Ruth
 
Issue Date: July 6, 1983
City: Chicago, IL
Quantity: 184,950,000
Printed By: Bureau of Engraving and Printing
Printing Method:
Engraved
Perforations
: 10.5 x 11
Color: Blue
 
Issued in conjunction with the 50th anniversary of baseball's All-Star Game, this stamp honors Babe Ruth. A baseball legend, Ruth played in the first All-Star Game, in 1933.
 
George Herman “Babe” Ruth (1895-1948)
Babe Ruth was born in Baltimore, Maryland. He excelled as both a pitcher and a hitter; however, it was as a batter that he achieved his greatest fame. His records include 2,056 career bases on balls and 72 games where he hit two or more home runs. His lifetime batting average was .342. Ruth attracted so many fans to Yankee Stadium, which opened in 1923, that it was nicknamed “The House That Ruth Built.”
 
 
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U.S. #2046
20¢ Babe Ruth
 
Issue Date: July 6, 1983
City: Chicago, IL
Quantity: 184,950,000
Printed By: Bureau of Engraving and Printing
Printing Method:
Engraved
Perforations
: 10.5 x 11
Color: Blue
 
Issued in conjunction with the 50th anniversary of baseball's All-Star Game, this stamp honors Babe Ruth. A baseball legend, Ruth played in the first All-Star Game, in 1933.
 
George Herman “Babe” Ruth (1895-1948)
Babe Ruth was born in Baltimore, Maryland. He excelled as both a pitcher and a hitter; however, it was as a batter that he achieved his greatest fame. His records include 2,056 career bases on balls and 72 games where he hit two or more home runs. His lifetime batting average was .342. Ruth attracted so many fans to Yankee Stadium, which opened in 1923, that it was nicknamed “The House That Ruth Built.”