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In this article Babe Ruth (1895 1948) wrote about the best baseball players of 1929:

"The ten best players that Babe Ruth can pick from the major leagues go into an unofficial diamond hall of fame. Ruth started picking these teams as a result of a clubhouse argument...

"That there has been no prejudice is best shown, I think, by the fact that I have named six men from the National League and only one from my own league, the American...I haven't named a single man from my own club, the New York Yankees, the men who play alongside me day after day through the season."

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Babe Ruth Ranks and his Peers (Literary Digest, 1929)

Babe Ruth Ranks and his Peers (Literary Digest, 1929)

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