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Should the Yankees bring Babe Ruth's number out of retirement?

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  • No they should not.

    After this long it would be weird to suddenly bring Babe Ruth's number out of retirement. It would be like changing something that was supposed to be honored and suddenly deciding it is no longer a great thing or that person no longer deserves to be recognized. I think it would be disrespectful to fans.

  • It is heroic.

    No, the Yankees should not bring Babe Ruth's number out of retirement, because it is an iconic and legendary number in baseball. Babe Ruth means something to every child who has ever picked up a bat to play. Babe Ruth meant more than to just the Yankees. His number should stay retired in his memory, because he can never be replaced.

  • He was the best

    If there is a point of putting a number in retirement than Babe Ruth's number should be one of the most deserving there is. Babe Ruth was one of the best and, morseo, was a living legend that continues to be a legend many years after his death, in the eyes of many fans.

  • Leave it alone, don't bring it out of retirement.

    Nope. I can think of no reason that the Yankees should bring Babe Ruth's number out of retirement. Not only would it insult the memory of baseball's greatest legend, the player who wore that number would feel under an incredible amount of pressure to live up to that legend. Keep it retired.

  • The Yankees should not bring Babe Ruth's number out of retirement.

    The Yankees should not bring Babe Ruth's number out of retirement. I think that the only way that this should happen is by giving it to someone who really deserves it. Babe Ruth was a legend in the baseball world and it would take a very important person to fill those shoes.


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