The final touching has been placed on the historic home of baseball legend Rudy York by Pennant Construction Management concluding a restoration effort. Falling into the post-depression “American Small House” style, the home was completed in December 1937 just three months after the rookie baseball player removed Babe Ruth’s name from the record book by establishing the still standing American League record for homeruns in a month (18). While residing at the 1003 N. Tennessee Street house, York would appear in seven All-Star Games, three World Series, serve as the intern manager of the Boston Red Sox, and entered his final season in professional baseball as one of the top ten career homerun hitters to date. The home that has many times entertained the royalty of professional baseball is now perfectly restored and is the home to Pennant Construction Managements Cartersville office. In an effort to pay homage to York’s accomplishments, photographs and memorabilia from his days with the Detroit Tigers, Boston Red Sox and the Philadelphia Athletics can be found on display throughout the home.