Babe Ruth's daughter threw out the first pitch before the Red Sox game on Saturday.
Next weekend, Julia Ruth Stevens will turn 100 years old.
Stevens says it's great that people still celebrate her father's place in baseball history.
She still lives in New England and is a resident of Conway, New Hampshire.
George Herman "Babe" Ruth was born in Baltimore in 1895 and played for the Red Sox from 1914 to December, 1919 when he was sold to the New York Yankees. He played for the Yankees from 1920 until 1934. His last major league appearance was for the Boston Braves in May 30, 1935. He was elected to the Hall of Fame in its freshman class of 1936 when he received more than 95 percent of votes. He holds seven World Series championships.