“The last thing we’d want to do is snub her,” Ganley said. “She’s done a lot for us. We have her at a bunch of games a year. We don’t want her to feel that way at all. She’s always welcome here.”
Ruth won 89 games in six years pitching for the Sox and led the team to three titles before infamously being sold to the dreaded New York Yankees.
Tosetti, who is working on a book and documentary about the Sultan of Swat, was “disappointed” she wasn’t included in the festivities. She’s represented the family at Fenway in the past and believes honoring the Babe’s Sox days at the centennial bash would have helped heal old wounds and forever bury the “Curse of the Bambino.”
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