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Lou Gehrig and Babe Ruth - Gehrig went on to win 8 world series and Ruth and Mantle hold the distinction of hitting the longest home runs of all time

Henry Louis Gehrig Born: June 19, 1903, New York, New York Died: June 2, 1941, Bronx, New York Bats: Left Throws: Left Played For: New York Yankees (1923-1939) Elected to the Hall of Fame by Baseball Writers: 1939

Henry Louis Gehrig played 17 seasons for the New York Yankees and was know as the "Iron Horse". He was the first MLB player to have his jersey retired. He suffered from the incurable disease, ALS, or also know later as Lou Gehrig's disease.

Lou Gehrig speech

Lou Gehrig

This Day In Baseball History: July - Retiring New York Yankees’ legend Lou Gehrig made his ‘Luckiest Man’ speech at Yankee Stadium as the team held ‘Lou Gehrig Appreciation.

Yankee sluggers pose together at Yankee Stadium Sept. 20, 1936. From left: Bill Dickey, Lou Gehrig, Joe DiMaggio and Tony Lazzeri. The Yankees went on to win the World Series over the New York Giants in six games.

Joe and Lou ❤️ Yankee sluggers pose together at Yankee Stadium Sept. From left: Bill Dickey, Lou Gehrig, Joe DiMaggio and Tony Lazzeri. The Yankees went on to win the World Series over the New York Giants in six games.

Lou Gehrig & Babe Ruth of NY Yankees

The Yankees went outscored opponents by 371 runs, and then ambushed Pittsburgh in the World Series. A couple of guys named Ruth and Gehrig hit 107 homers and scored 307 runs.

Found this in the vault. Joe DiMaggio and Lou Gehrig doing some spring training workout warm ups. Love.

April 1939 - New York Yankees Lou Gehrig leaps over a bat held by Joe DiMaggio during spring training. Lou Gehrig played his last game on this day with the Yankees. He had previously played in consecutive games. (Sporting News Archives)

Lou Gehrig- my all time favorite player

The 50 Greatest Baseball Players of All Time

Lou gehrig arguably best player ever! and most courageous

July 2014 marks 75 years since Lou Gehrig left baseball from the New York Yankees. "Today I consider myself the luckiest man on the face of the earth!

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