When George Herman Ruth, the baseball great, was eight-years-old he was already a delinquent. That’s when his father dropped him off at the gates of St. Mary’s Industrial School for Boys in Baltimore and his life changed forever. There were 800 boys at St. Mary’s and he was one of the youngest.
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When George Herman Ruth, the baseball great, was eight-years-old he was already a delinquent. That’s when his father dropped him off at the… Read more