1916 Babe Ruth card found in a disjointed piano was sold for $98,000, Will Judge ever match the Ruth stardom?

Babe Ruth was 1 of the 5 members in the inaugural class of Baseball Hall of Fame in 1936.

Aaron Judge and Babe Ruth
Aaron Judge and Babe Ruth

Tuesday, the 20th of September was quite the day for Aaron Judge tying with MLB legend Babe Ruth, in the nineth inning of the game between the New York Yankees and the Pittsburgh, the Aaron Judge scored his 60th homerun of the 2022 season. The Yankees prevailed 9-8 over the Pirates and also came Giancarlo Stanton’s walk-off grand slam.

Aaron Judge, dear ladies and gentlemen, is just two home runs away from making history, and adding the title of most homeruns scored in the American History and New York Yankees’ franchise. He’s currently at his 60th homerun of the season and tied with Babe Ruth and just one homer away from tying with Roger Maris, who currently hold the title for most home runs in a single season.

“I don’t think about the numbers,” Judge told reporters after the game. “When you talk about Ruth and Maris and Mantle and all these Yankee greats that did so many great things in this game, you never imagine as a kid getting mentioned with then. It’s an incredible honor and something I don’t take lightly at all.”

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Old scrappy piano gave wealth to a family, Legendary Babe Ruth card made a disjointed piano worth thousands

Babe Ruth
Babe Ruth

Grandmom’s broken old piano has brought some real fame and wealth into the family. Ellen Kelly bought her grandmother’s piano at her family’s estate auction in the year 1992 for only 25$. The piano was broken and needed quite a good amount of repair work to be done, due to which Ellen called her friend to do the needful.

To their surprise Ellen Kelly found something incredible, a 1916 Babe Ruth card with 111 other cards including players like Hall of Famers Connie Mack, Eddie Collins, Grover Cleveland, John McGraw and many others. The cards were put up for auction this Monday, with the bidding going up to more than $98,000. “Best $25 I ever spent”

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