Baseball's great colossus "Babe" Ruth suffered the low point of his career in 1925. Due to illness and injury, Ruth played in just 98 games that year, with a record of 25 HR, 67 RBI and a mere .290 batting average, mortal numbers that would be welcomed by any MLB team in this day and age. The worst of these afflictions was an intestinal issue dubbed "The Bellyache Heard 'Round the World", that cost the "Babe" the first two months of the season.
Ruth recovered sufficiently to slug 2 home runs on 9/28/25, as noted on the certification label accompanying this PSA authenticated press pass (VG-EX 4). Made for "Game 76", this handsome ticket is designated full, along with other label notations that read "1925 N.Y. Yankees/Sep. 28 GM1: DET-6, NY-2/GM2: NY-7, DET-6 Babe Ruth HR: #307 (G1) #308 (G2)". Nearly a century after issue, this sharp pass remains clean and bright with a Jacob Ruppert facsimile signature on the obverse and a Yankees season schedule on the reverse.