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Do Not Let Failure Define You

posted by Evan Derrick

By J. Douglas Holladay Friends. Legendary slugger Babe Ruth is rightly remembered for his prowess as the all-time home run king. What’s not as well known is his other notable achievement: 1,330 strike outs, by far the most in major […]


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