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  1. Lou Gehrig: One of Baseball's Greatest (Childhood of Famous Americans) by Jr., Guernsey Van Riper, 1986-10-31
  2. Lou Gehrig (Baseball Superstars) by Ronald A. Reis, 2009-03
  3. Lou Gehrig (Baseball Hall of Famers) by Robert Greenberger, 2003-08
  4. Five OClock Lightning: Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig and the Greatest Baseball Team in History, The 1927 New York Yankees by Harvey Frommer, 2007-10-26
  5. The Ashes of Lou Gehrig and Other Baseball Essays by Sean Peter Kirst, 2003-08
  6. Lou Gehrig (Baseball Legends) by Norman L. Macht, 1995-12
  7. Lou Gehrig: A Biography (Baseball's All-Time Greatest Hitters) by William Kashatus, 2004-08-30
  8. Lou Gehrig - Baseball's Iron Man by Stan W. Carlson, 1940
  9. Lou Gehrig, one of baseball's greatest by Guernsey Van Riper Jr, 1651
  10. Lou Gehrig One of Baseballs Greatest - 1982 publication. by Gurnsy Van Ripr Jr, 1982
  11. Lou Gehrig : A Biography (Baseball's All-Time Greatest Hitters) by William C. Kashatus, 2004
  12. Five OClock Lightning: Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig and the Greatest Baseball Team in H by Harvey Frommer, 2007-01-01
  13. Sterling Biographies: Lou Gehrig: Iron Horse of Baseball by James BuckleyJr., 2010-04-06
  14. Lou Gehrig: Iron Man of Baseball, (Americans All) by Willard Luce, Celia Luce, 1970-06

1. National Baseball Hall Of Fame - Lou Gehrig
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Lou Gehrig Henry Louis Gehrig Lou Gehrig teamed with Babe Ruth to form baseball's most devastating hitting tandem ever. "The Iron Horse" had 13 consecutive seasons with both 100 runs scored and 100 RBI, setting an American League mark with 184 RBI in 1931; hit a record 23 grand slams; and won the 1934 Triple Crown. His .361 batting average in seven World Series led the Yankees to six titles in 13 years. A true gentleman and a tragic figure, Gehrig's consecutive games streak ended at 2,130 when he was felled by a disease that later carried his name. Did you know ... that Lou Gehrig was the first baseball player to have his uniform number retired? Search Our Online Library Catalog "ABNER" for Lou Gehrig
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2. Lou Gehrig's Official Website, Includes Biography, Statistics, Pictures And More
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5. Passage Cal Ripken Sr., 63
His son achieved baseball immortality by breaking lou gehrig's consecutivegames-played record, but Ripken Sr. was a solid baseball man in his own right. As a player, coach, manager, and scout, Ripken spent 36 years in the Baltimore Orioles organization. Two sons, Cal Jr. and Billy, became major leaguers and the elder Ripken is the only man in baseball history to manage two sons at the same time. Both were at his bedside Thursday when he died of lung cancer. Wired News

6. National Baseball Hall Of Fame - Lou Gehrig's Plaque
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Games Average HR RBI Career World Series Books and articles about Lou Gehrig Lou Gehrig was the greatest first baseman ever and a key component in the Yankee legend. Gehrig's record of 2,130 consecutive games played perfectly reflected his steady, dependable character. Because he was also handsome, a native New Yorker, and eventually a tragic figure, he became as glamorous as a retiring "mama's boy" could be. RELATED LINKS One Game Features Seventeen Future Hall of Famers Pains and Streaks and Tears Gehrig's Last Game Photos Photo: Ruth hugs Gehrig on Lou Gehrig Day (1939) from Yankees Baseball: The Golden Age Photo: Gehrig ends his streak (1939) from Yankees Baseball: The Golden Age

8. Lou Gehrig Statistics -
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9. Lou Gehrig Baseball Statistics By Baseball Almanac
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10. Baseball Almanac - Lou Gehrig Memorial Award
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Support Baseball Almanac - Visit One Sponsor Each Visit Advertise Boxscores Contact Baseball Fever ... Year In Review Gehrig Award Related Links 2002 Word Doc Press Release "In the beginning I used to make one terrible play a game. Then I got so I'd make one a week and finally I'd pull a bad one about once a month. Now, I'm trying to keep it down to one a season." - Lou Gehrig T he Lou Gehrig Memorial Award was established by Lou Gehrig's college fraternity, Phi Delta Theta at Columbia University. The award is presented annually to the Major League baseball player who both on and off the field best exemplifies the character of Lou Gehrig. Lou Gehrig Memorial Award In Chronological Order Year Name(s) Team League Position Alvin Dark New York Giants NL SS Pee Wee Reese Brooklyn Dodgers NL SS Stan Musial St. Louis Cardinals NL Gil McDougald New York Yankees AL Gil Hodges Los Angeles Dodgers NL Dick Groat Pittsburgh Pirates NL SS Warren Spahn Milwaukee Braves NL P Robin Roberts Baltimore Orioles AL P Bobby Richardson New York Yankees AL Ken Boyer St. Louis Cardinals

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Hamilton Lou Gehrig is for players 13 through 18 years old, competing in three divisions. We are located in Mercer County, and have been in existence for over twenty-five years. In addition, we sponsor one team in the Mercer County Senior Babe Ruth League, for players 16 to 18 years of age. This is our fifth season as a member of P.O.N.Y. Baseball Inc. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the Eubanks family upon the passing of Sharon Eubanks (Former President of our Ladies Auxiliary). Get funeral information here P.O.N.Y. is an international organization that originated in Washington, PA in 1951. There are currently over 500,000 boys and girls who play P.O.N.Y. baseball and softball. Numerous P.O.N.Y. graduates have played in the Major Leagues, including Cal Ripken Alex Rodriguez , and Barry Zito Roster spots remain in Pony and Palomino divisions.

12. - Biography - Lou Gehrig
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Career Batting Record A high school star in baseball, basketball, football, and soccer, Gehrig played minor league baseball under an assumed name during the summer of 1921, before entering Columbia University. He played for the Columbia baseball team as a freshman, then was declared ineligible because his season as a professional was revealed. New York Yankee scout Paul Krichell, who saw him hit a tremendous home run out of Columbia Stadium and onto the steps of Butler Library, across the street, told the team he'd found another Babe Ruth. Gehrig signed with the Yankees in 1923 and spent most of his first two seasons in the minor leagues. In 1925, he was a backup until first baseman Wally Pipp took himself out of the lineup because of a headache. Gehrig took over and went on to establish a major league record of 2,130 consecutive games, winning the nickname the "Iron Horse." Quiet and unassuming, Gehrig was one of the great RBI men in major league history, but he played in Ruth's shadow for many years. He led the league in triples with 20 in 1926, in doubles with 52 and RBI with 175 in 1927, in doubles with 47, RBI with 142 and slugging percentage with .467 in 1928. The Yankees won the pennant and World Series each year. Gehrig was named the league's most valuable player in 1927, although that was the season Ruth hit 60 home runs.

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Stricken by amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, a rare type of paralysis since oftenreferred to as lou gehrig's disease, gehrig retired from baseball in 1939 and

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14. History Channel - Speeches - Lou Gehrig, Baseball Player: Bids Farewell To Fans
lou gehrig, baseball player. Bids farewell to fans. On July 4, 1939, a tribute washeld to retiring baseball player lou gehrig at New York's Yankee Stadium.
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Lou Gehrig, baseball player Bids farewell to fans "I consider myself the luckiest man on the face of the earth." (Yankee Stadium, New York City, July 4, 1939)

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18. Baseball Books - Lou Gehrig
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Posters Baseball Posters Iron Horse : Lou Gehrig in His Time by Ray Robinson A captivating biography of the legendary ball player Lou Gehrig, known for both his prowess on the field and his courage in life.Lou Gehrig will go down in history as one of the best ballplayers of all time. With a career average of .340 and 493 home runs, he played in a record-setting 2,130 consecutive games and was elected to the Hall of Fame. He was robbed of his superb physical skills as a relatively young man by ALS, the degenerative disease now known as "Lou Gehrig's Disease", and died in 1941. Ray Robinson re-creates the life of this legendary ballplayer and also provides an insightful look at baseball through the Depression years, including all the great players of that era Babe Ruth, Ty Cobb, Miller Huggins, and more.

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"Quotes About" "I did not go there to look at Gehrig. I did not even know what position he played. But he played in the outfield against Rutgers and socked a couple of balls a mile. I sat up and took notice. I saw a tremendous youth, with powerful arms and terrific legs. I said, ...Here is a kid who can't miss." Yankee scout, Paul Krichell "There was absolutely no reason to dislike him, and nobody did." Fred Lieb, sportswriter "I had him for over eight years and he never gave me a moment's trouble. I guess you might say he was kind of my favorite." Yankee manager Joe McCarthy I would not have traded two minutes of the joy and the grief with that man for two decades of anything with another." His widow "Lou was the kind of boy that if you had a son, he's the kind of person you'd like your son to be." Teammate Sam Jones "Louie was always a good boy."

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