Home Run Master Game Online - Play Free Fun Baseball Web Games
Are you ready to become the Home run master? Prepare your baseball bat and get ready to swing and score by hitting awesome home runs that sends the ball outside the park! Be the ultimate Home Run Master!
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Touch the screen or use your mouse to aim, swing and hit the ball.
Home Run Facts about the Most Popular Ballpark Snacks
According to mentalfloss.com an afternoon sitting behind home plate isn't complete without a snack or three from the stadium concession stand. Even in baseball's early days, mid-inning munchies were the norm. Hot dogs are a baseball stadium staple, but they first became popular at the Chicago World's Fair in 1893. Nachos didn't appear in ballpark concession stands until 1976, where Frank Liberto sold them at a Texas Rangers game. In true American fashion, any portable, handheld snack should be integrated into baseball culture, and large, sturdy pretzels were an obvious addition. Peanuts are perhaps the most classic baseball snack, and the reasoning dates back to the Civil War. Hot dogs weren't the only baseball eats to star at the 1893 World's Fair, Cracker Jack became popular there, too. Some stadiums also offers delicious barbecue, cotton candy, sunflower seeds, popcorn, ice cream, pickles, bubble gum, and even corn dogs.
Fun Facts about Babe Ruth
According to si.com Babe Ruth was one of the best home run hitters of all time. His real name was George Herman Ruth. He hit his first professional home run on March 7, 1914, in Fayetteville, NC, during an intrasquad game in which he played shortstop. Ruth made his major league debut at Fenway Park on July 11, 1914 as a starting pitcher. His first official professional home run came on Sept. 5, 1914 for the Providence Grays of the International League, where he had been sent by the Red Sox for more seasoning the month before. In six seasons with Ruth, the Red Sox won three World Series titles. In over a hundred seasons without him they have won four. Ruth broke the single-season home run record in three consecutive seasons, with 29 in 1919, 54 in 1920 and 59 in 1921. Prior to Ruth, the record was 27 and had been set in 1884.