All about Babe ruth

i was born on February 6, 1895 in Baltimore, Maryland. i had 8 siblings but only me and one of my sister mamie survied. my parents worked long hours, leaving little time to watch over me and mamie. i started skipping school and causing trouble in the neighborhood. when i turned 7 my parents sent me to an stricter all boy's catholic school called St.Mary’s . It shaped me up and i devloped the love for the game of baseball. in feburary 1914 when i was 19 i got offered a contract after being watched by the owner of the Baltimore Orioles for less than an hour. i began to pitch for the Boston Red Sox minor league. i be came a permanent fixture in the Red Sox rotation in 1915. In 1918 I tied for the major-league lead in homeruns with 11, and followed that up by setting a single season home run record of 29 dingers in 1919. Little did i know that the 1919 season would be my last season with Boston. On December 26, 1919, I was sold to the New York Yankees. I became an full-time outfileder. I re-wrote the record books from a hitting standpoint, combining a high batting average with unbelievable power In 1920, I beat the highest homerun record i set in 1919. 1921 season may have been the greatest in MLB history. That season I blasted a new record of 59 homeruns, drove in 171 RBI, scored 177 runs, batted .376 and had an unheard of .846 slugging percentage. staggering 54 homeruns in a season in which no other player hit more than 19. In 1927 as a member of “Murderer’s Row" I set a new homerun record of 60, a record that stood for 34 years. On June 13, 1948, my jersey number “3” was retired by the Yankees during my last appearance at Yankee Stadium.
I impacted the world in many ways mostly through the game of baseball. My fame and impact came from the records I broke and the new records I set. I guess you can say the biggest impact is that I never gave up regardless of the odds I faced and I made the game easy for the next generation by re-writing the record books.
What impact does he have on the game today?