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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: A Biography (Baseball's All-Time Greatest Hitters) by William C. Kashatus, 2004-08-30
  3. Lou Gehrig (Baseball Hall of Famers) by Robert Greenberger, 2003-08
  4. Lou Gehrig - Baseball's Iron Man
  5. Lou Gehrig (Baseball Legends) by Norman L. Macht, 1993-03
  6. Lou Gehrig (Baseball Superstars) by Ronald A. Reis, 2007-07-30
  7. The Ashes of Lou Gehrig and Other Baseball Essays by Sean Peter Kirst, 2003-08
  8. 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
  9. Lou Gehrig, one of baseball's greatest by Guernsey Van Riper Jr, 1651
  10. Lou Gehrig : A Biography (Baseball's All-Time Greatest Hitters) by William C. Kashatus, 2004
  11. Lou Gehrig: Iron Man of Baseball, (Americans All) by Willard Luce, Celia Luce, 1970-06
  12. Lou Gehrig,: The iron horse of baseball, by Richard Gibson Hubler, 1941
  13. Lou Gehrig: The Iron Horse of Baseball
  14. 'Baseball Bride'..article in Collier's Magazine June 1, 1935 by Lou (Mrs) Gehrig, 1935

1. National Baseball Hall Of Fame - Lou Gehrig
Photo and brief biography from the Hall of Fame site.
Lou Gehrig
Henry Louis Gehrig Born: June 19, 1903, New York, New York
Died: June 2, 1941, Riverdale, New York
Batted: left
Th rew: left
Played for: New York Yankees
Elected to Hall of Fame by BBWAA (Special Election): 1939
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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 Statistics -
lou gehrig batting, fielding and pitching major league baseball lifetime statisticsfor each season and his career, and a list of any postseason awards he has
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Died June 2, 1941 in Riverdale, NY Inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1939. About biographical information
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3. Lou Gehrig Baseball Statistics By Baseball Almanac
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4. Lou Gehrig Memorial Award On Baseball Almanac
baseball Almanac examines and chronologically lists every recipient of the lou gehrig Memorial Award. Major League baseball player who both on and off the field best exemplifies the character of
Support Baseball Almanac - Visit One Sponsor Each Visit Advertising Downloads Feedback Newsletter ... 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

5. Baseball - Gehrig, Lou
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6. The Fine Art Of Baseball
Signed and numbered prints by Robert W. Cox of Honus Wagner, Nap Lajoie, Walter Johnson, Ted Wiliams, Mickey Mantle, lou gehrig and Joe Dimaggio.
THE FINE ART OF BASEBALL Fine Art Works by Robert W. Cox Fine Baseball Art Robert W. Cox, the renowned artist from South Carolina, has received much acclaim for his "The Fine Art of Baseball" prints consisting of Mickey Mantle, Ted Williams, Joe Dimaggio, Walter Johnson, Lou Gehrig, Honus Wagner and Nap Lajoie. These limited number High Quality prints are available for sale by calling The Fine Art of Baseball Toll Free at 1(877)787-4600 or on-line. Online purchases, through our Secure Server, are discounted. Each print is personally Signed and Numberd by the Artist. When presented with one of Cox's original prints to be signed at his final show(Atlantic city, 1994) Mickey Mantle was quoted as saying "This is the best I've ever seen." Reprinted from Legends Sports Memorabilia Magazine A Look at what's new in the World of Sports Memorabilia and Collectibles The Fine Art of Baseball Robert W. Cox has published a work entitled, "The Fine Art of Baseball." The fine art printmaker from Columbia, South Carolina, produced these fine art lithographs of only the top all-time greats of baseball. So far only Honus Wagner, Nap Lajoie, Walter Johnson, Ted Wiliams, Mickey Mantle, Lou Gehrig and Joe Dimaggio are completed in the 14 x 17 inch limited edition lithograph series.
The 81/2 x 11 inch reproductions of the larger size, called" Artist Promos" range in price anywhere from $20 - $45. Personally autographed versions are in the $40 - $100 range.

7. The National Baseball Hall Of Fame And Museum...Your Education Destination, Educ
baseball Legends lou gehrig. Chelsea House Publishers, New York / Philadelphia,1993. Van Riper Jr., Guernsey. lou gehrig One of baseball s Greatest.
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Lou Gehrig: The Iron Horse
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Your feedback is important. Complete an easy survey to help us improve these thematic units. I. Introduction - rationale, goals, target audience Do you want to help your class develop the characteristics they need to be successful in life and an asset to society? Would you like to introduce your students to Lou Gehrig, man of true integrity and a great role model? More than statistics, the essence of a Hall of Famer are his personal qualities. In this thematic unit focused on character education, attributes such as perseverance, courage, humility, grace, selflessness, respect, self-discipline, leadership, sportsmanship, honesty, loyalty and citizenship are highlighted by Gehrig's life and the careers of many other Hall of Famers. Return to top II. Objectives - in completing this lesson, students will: A. Examine the life and character attributes of Lou Gehrig, and those of other Hall of Famers, through historical data from various sources, including museum and library collections, artifacts, primary sources, oral testimonies and Web sites. B. Analyze documentation to determine how qualities of Lou Gehrig's character contributed to his success as an athlete and human being, and inspired teammates and generations of fans.

8. Lou Gehrig
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Born in 1903 - Died in 1941
Lou Gehrig was one of baseball's great players. His parents didn't want him to make a career of baseball. They thought it was a waste of time, but he loved the game. He was on his high school baseball team. A talent scout saw him and offered him a sports scholarship in college.
The family didn't have much money because his father was ill. His mother was a cook at the college and Lou waited on tables to help pay his way.
He started playing for the New York Yankees in 1923. His parents scraped together $14 for him to make the trip to spring training camp in New Orleans. When he got there, he started looking for a job, but the team paid him some money in advance. (They usually paid the players at the end of the training camp.) He was able to concentrate on practicing and improving his skills.
He improved so much that two different times, he was named American League Most Valuable player. He was called the
"Iron Horse".
He played in every game for 14 years without missing even one. He played over 2000 games. That was a record that wasn't broken for 50 years.
But then something bad happened. He could barely swing the bat and he couldn't run around the bases any more. He knew that something was wrong. He went to specialists

9. Lou Gehrig :: The Official Web Site
BIOGRAPHY Of all the players in baseball history, none possessedas much talent and humility as lou gehrig. His accomplishments
Of all the players in baseball history, none possessed as much talent and humility as Lou Gehrig. His accomplishments on the field made him an authentic American hero, and his tragic early death made him a legend.
Gehrig’s later glory came from humble beginnings. He was born on June 19, 1903 in New York City. The son of German immigrants, Gehrig was the only one of four children to survive. His mother, Christina, worked tirelessly, cooking, cleaning houses and taking in laundry to make ends meet. His father, Heinrich, often had trouble finding work and had poor health.
From Columbia to Yankee Stadium
Christina was adamant that Gehrig receive a good education, so in 1921 he went to Columbia on a football scholarship to pursue a degree in engineering. Before his first semester began, New York Giants manager John McGraw advised him to play summer professional baseball under an assumed name, Henry Lewis. “Everyone does it,” McGraw explained, even though the illegal ball playing could have jeopardized Gehrig’s collegiate sports career. Gehrig was discovered after playing a dozen games for Hartford in the Eastern League. As a result, he was banned from intercollegiate sports during his freshman year.
Gehrig returned to sports as a fullback at Columbia during the 1922 football season, and then pitched and played first base for the Columbia Nine in 1923. When baseball scout Paul Krichell saw the Columbia baseball team play, Gehrig’s hitting skills impressed him so much that he signed Gehrig to the Yankees in 1923 with a $1,500 bonus. Gehrig left Columbia and returned to the Hartford team, where he hit .304 that season. When he was called up to the majors in September, he hit .423 in 26 at-bats.

10. Lou Gehrig
from lou. In 27 gehrig batted .373 with a career high .765 SLG and .474 OBP. WithRuth, he posted the best numbers by a pair of teammates in baseball history.
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Lou Gehrig was the greatest player who was rarely considered the best player on his team. For more than a decade he shared the spotlight with Babe Ruth and then Joe DiMaggio, unable to match their flare or popularity. Asked about toiling alongside Ruth, Gehrig responded with typical modesty, "It's a pretty big shadow. It gives me lots of room to spread myself."
"The Iron Horse" set the record for the most consecutive games played, doing so while he was the best at his position year in and year out. He excelled in the post-season, winning six World Championships while batting cleanup. He holds the career record for most grand slams and he was the first player to have his uniform number retired. His career and life ended tragically when he was struck with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, a disease which today bear's his name.
"The Iron Horse," "Larrupin' Lou," "Biscuit Pants," and "Columbia Lou"

11. MSN Encarta - Gehrig, Lou
the spinal disease amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), which later became knownas lou gehrig s disease, he retired from baseball early in the 1939 season.
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13. MSN Encarta - Search Results - Gehrig Lou
The Pride of the Yankees, motion picture about baseball great lou gehrig,based on a story by Paul Gallico. 11. 1939 baseball lou gehrig.*.
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15. The Baseball Career Of Lou Gehrig
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Lou Gehrig died at a very young age, but lived long enough to leave a legacy on the game of baseball that still lives on today.
One of the most durable and feared hitters of the 20s and 30s, Lou Gehrig began his professional baseball career in the New York Yankees farm system in 1923. In 1925, his first full season as a Yankee, Gehrig hit .295 with 68 RBI. It would be the start of his 2,130 consecutive game playing streak, and the last full season that he would score and drive in less than 100 runs. While playing in Babe Ruths shadow for much of his career, Gehrig quietly went about his business, setting an American League record for RBI in 1931 with 184, nine more than the previous American League record, which he also held. In 1932, he became the first American League player to hit four homeruns in one game. He would finish with 493 for his career. He won two MVP awards for his solid hitting, base running, and defense at first base. His only batting title came in 1934, the year he won the leagues Triple Crown. He also holds the major league record for career grand slams with 23. bodyOffer(18606) As wonderful as Gehrigs career was, it took a sharp turn downward beginning in 1938. He never felt completely right, and was in a horrible slump. He tried to start fresh in the 1939 season, but by May 2, hed had enough.

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