In the biggest no duh moment of the day, Page Six at the New York Post is reporting that a new book titled "Five O'Clock Lightning" - which chronicles the 1927 World Series winning New York Yankees - says Babe Ruth bedded countless women in his day.
The Sultan of Swat bedded an endless parade of women, regularly visited whorehouses, and considered his sex organ and and his home-run bat his two greatest assets, according to "Five O'Clock Lightning," which chronicles the legendary,World Series-winning Yankee team of 1927.
"Liquor, women, partying and sex were always present . . . and where George Herman Ruth was always at the top of his game," writes Harvey Frommer, whose book hits stores in November.
Here's another excerpt, which we find freakin' hilarious.
Ruth routinely held wild parties jammed with young beauties in hotels on the road. During one bacchanalian bash, Frommer says, "Seizing the moment, savoring the time, perhaps a bit tipsy, the Babe climbed atop a piano and bellowed at the women, 'OK, girls, anyone who does not want to get [bleep]ed now can leave!' "
How do we follow that? We wish Kige Ramsey was reporting for 'YouTube Sports' on this so we could just link to his video. Unfortunately (?) for us, the broadcasting genius is not.
The Babe is clearly one of the greatest ballplayers and womanizers in history. We respect that. What's better than baseball and women? OK, football and beer. But that's it.
So let's get this straight: Babe did it on whores and booze. Aaron did it on class. How did Bonds do it?