On July 5, 1924, Washington Senators first baseman Joe Judge hit a fly ball to right field, Babe Ruth ran as hard as he could after the ball that was slicing foul, before Ruth got to the ball he got knocked out when he ran into the concrete wall. There he was the Great Bambino knocked out cold for five minutes. The Babe recovers after Yankees’ trainer Doc Woods pours some cold water on his face, and insisted on staying in the game. Despite a bruised pelvic bone and most certainly battling post-concussion syndrome, Ruth hit a double in his next at-bat and went 3-for-4 the next day with two doubles and a home run
[pic via LoC]
and then when we gots the internets, we didn’t care about The Simpsons anymore and forget our query
we love it when things come full circle, like when we come, full circle
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