Guy Terrell Bush, 83 years old when this photo was taken just before his death in 1985, stares out of a window after telling the story of the pitch that he threw to Babe Ruth which Ruth hit for his last major league home run 50 years before.<br /><br />On May 25, 1935 at Forbes Field, Ruth, playing for the Boston Braves, hit the last three home runs of his career. Bush was pitching for the Pittsburgh Pirates and was the third Pirates pitcher to face Ruth that day and give up a home run.<br /><br />Bush was known as "The Mississippi Mudcat" and played in the major leagues from 1923 - 1938, and a brief stint later in 1945. Bush had a lifetime record of 176 -136 and an ERA of 3.86 with 850 strikeouts. Bush pitched for the Chicago Cubs in the 1929 and 1932 World Series. He was born on August 23, 1901 in Aberdeen, Mississippi, and died on July 2, 1985 in Shannon, Mississippi. For the New York Times.
The Snake Man.
Carlow Marcello was the boss of the New Orleans Mafia crime family from 1947 until the late 1980s. Some believe that Marcello, along with Santo Trafficante, Jr. and Sam Giancana, masterminded the 1963 assassination of US President John F. Kennedy in retaliation for federal prosecution that threatened their secret criminal organization's profitable businesses and their multi-billion-dollar international organized crime empires.
Union Man, French Quarter.
Bobby Abreu wipes shaving cream from his face after an encounter with Jimmy Rollins in the dugout after Abreu was traded to the Yankees.
A woman looks up at the gigantic electronic billboards in Time Square in New York City in 2014.
High School football player, Landry vs McDonough. November 9, 1978.
Chris Organtini poses for a portrait in his dressing room at the Blue Horizon before a fight in 1988. Organtini is a club fighter who works in a tire wharehouse during the day in Norristown, Pa.
Bernard Hopkins held multiple world titles as a middleweight and light heavyweight. He boxed for thirty years until he was nearly 52 years old, and defended his titles 20 times, with a final record of 67 fights with 32 wins by knockout and 23 by decision, with 8 losses, 2 draws, and 2 no contests. He was nicknamed "The Executioner" and "The Alien".
Grand Marshal, St. Patrick's Day Parade, Irish Channel, New Orleans.
Mother and son.
St. Joe's basketball stars Bernard Blunt and Rap Curry pose for a photo before the start of the season.
12 year-old Chris Johnson (left), and his brother, David, 9, of Bethlehem, PA, pose for a portrait at the 1994 Little League World Series.
Kid Sheik. Preservation Hall, New Orleans. 1987.
Mother and sons.
Novelist Walker Percy poses for a portrait behind his home next to the Bogue Falaya Park river in Covington, Louisiana in February of 1987. Percy wrote about "the dislocation of man in the modern age" and won the National Book Award for Fiction for his novel The Moviegoer in 1962.
Washington Redskins quarterback Doug Williams poses for a portrait at his home under construction in Baton Rouge in 1986. Williams quarterbacked the Washington Redskins to a Super Bowl XXII win over the Denver Broncos, being named Super Bowl MVP after passing for 340 yards and four touchdowns.
Harris, legally blind in his right eye from an injury he suffered in a street fight at age 11, was 43 years old when this photo was taken. He was out of boxing for 20 years, since the day the Pennsylvania State Athletic Commission decided to ban him from boxing forever because he was blind in one eye. Harris, who built up a record of 24 wins and 1 loss and made the cover of Sports Illustrated, was one of Philadelphia's most popular boxers. In the years since he was forced to stop boxing, Harris beat addictions to heroin and alcohol, and survived three heart attacks.
Saints running back Rueben Mayes.
Four Amigos, 2018.
Young Boxer Tony Green takes a break during a workout at Champ's Gym in Philadelphia.
13-year-old Michael Anthony Edward Kidd-Gilchrist, of Somerdale, N.J., poses for a portrait in June of 2007 showing his enormous wing span. Gilchrist stood 6-foot-6-inches tall, but had a 6-foot-10-inch reach. At the time of this photo, Gilchrist was ranked 12th nationally in his 8th grade class. Gilchrist went on to star at basketball powerhouse St. Patrick High School and the University of Kentucky, where he won an NCAA national championship. Gilchrist then played in the NBA for the Charlotte Bobcats / Hornets.
A runner comforts a teammate after a race at the Penn Relays.
Eagles wide receiver Terrell Owns is all smiles in the final minutes of the game after catching 6 passes for 107 yards and a touchdown as the Philadelphia Eagles beat the Detroit Lions.
Barry Bonds is considered to be one of the greatest baseball players of all time. He won 7 National League Most Valuable Player awards, 8 Gold Golves, 12 Silver Slugger award, and was selected to the all-star team 14 times. Bonds holds the record for most career home runs (762), and most homers in a single season (73), most career walks (2,558) and also stole 514 bases. He is the only player with more than 500 home runs and 500 stolen bases.Bonds was a central character in baseball's steroid scandals. He was indicted and convicted of obstruction of justice in a federal investigation, but the charges were overturned. Although eligible for the National Baseball Hall of Fame, he has not been elected because of his alleged steroid use.
Owls coach John Chaney wears a stone face despite his team holding University of Massachusetts to 9 points in the first half and winning by 29.
Jimmy Rollins waits to hit against the Braves. Rollins went 0 for 4 on the night.
Phillies slugger Jim Thome, out on the DL, sits on the bench and watches the Phillies lose to the Dodgers. Thome had hit only 7 home runs while batting .207 so far that year in 2005.
Charles Brewer (left) and William "The Hammer" Jones pose together in 1991. Brewer went on to win the IBF world super middlweight title in 1997.
Temple Owls basketball star Rasheed Brokenbrough poses with his mother Beula in 1995.
Pro golfer and PGA Open winner Hal Sutton, and his farther Howard, pose with their plane. Sutton won the 1983 PGA Championship, the 1983 Tournament Players Championship, and was named Player of the Year.
Phillies pitcher Ryan Madson sits in the dugout after pitching in the sixth and seventh innings, picking up the win for the Phillies.
Dos caballeros in Puquina Peru in 1986.
Michael Spinks and his crew pose for a group picture while training for Spinks' second match with Muhammed Ali.
Greg Louganis, Olympic champion and holder of 41 national titles, poses for a portrait on top of the 10-meter diving platform during the 1987 United States Diving indoor championships.
Penn State head football coach and athletic director Joe Paterno answers questions on media day at Beaver Stadium on August 13, 1998. Paterno coached for 45 years from 1966 to 2011. With 409 victories, Paterno is the most victorious coach in NCAA FBS history with 2 national championships in 1982 and 1986. Paterno was ultimately fired for allegations that he persuaded university officials to refrain from reporting child sexual abuse by his defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky to authorities in 2001. Sandusky was arrested on 52 counts of child sexual abuse occurring between 1994 and 2009, including allegations of incidents on the Penn State campus and the football program's shower facilities that were reported to Paterno, but that he did nothing about.