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Attached is an paragraph that recalled a grand moment in baseball history when Babe Ruth played to his fans:

"Then like an actor who, having played a part so often, knows it by heart, Ruth majestically waved toward the right center field wall. A moment later the Babe's pantomimed prediction was a reality. As the crowd, sensing the finale of the drama, rose to its feet, Ruth slammed a homer almost exactly where he had pointed."

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The Showmanship of Babe Ruth (Gentry Magazine, 1952)

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