April 17, 1992
At the tender age of seven, Babe Ruth is sent to a reform school in Baltimore by his Dad. The young Ruth is bullied for being large, but finds refuge in the game of baseball. As a teen, Ruth is discovered by minor league owner Jack Dunn. Dunn adapts Ruth and signs him to him to play for his Baltimore Orioles. When Dunn runs into financial trouble he sells Ruth to the Boston Red Sox. Ruth dazzles the fans with his home runs, but runs afoul of owner Harry Frazee. When Ruth demands a raise he is traded to the New York Yankees. Ruth goes on to play a pivotal role in the Yankees 1923 World Series win. His volatile personality soon causes problems.