A 1952 article recalling that day in 1927 when Babe Ruth, the Sultan of Swing, sent the ball flying into the stands: it was his sixtieth home run -
"The mighty blow came off a south-paw throw of Tom Zachary, Senator pitcher, as he saw his low, hard one belted into Babe's favorite parking place, the right field bleachers. This hit not only set a record, but won the game since the score was deadlocked at two-two in the eighth, when the Pasha of Bash stepped to the rubber with one out and Koenig on third..."
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