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  1. Secrets of Baseball by Applewood, Lou Gehrig, et all 1996-02-01
  2. Batting 1000--baseball's leading hitters: A tribute to Lou Gehrig by Guy Curato, 1988
  3. LOU GEHRIG, Iron Man of Baseball, Americans All Series by Willard and Celia Luce, 1970
  4. Baseball Register 1944 Edition includes Lou Gehrig, the Iron Horse, Rube Waddell His Life, Laughs, Laurels, History of All-Star Games , Players & samples of Their Autographs includes Harlond Benton ( Darkie ) Clift, Ellis Clary, Hiram Bithorn, Marvin B by J. G. Taylor Spink, Frederick G. Lieb, ETC illustrated, blank endpapers slight residue articles by Fred Lieb, 1944
  5. Luckiest Man: The Life and Death of Lou Gehrig by Jonathan Eig, 2006-03-28
  6. Lou Gehrig: The Luckiest Man by David A. Adler, 2001-04-01
  7. Iron Horse: Lou Gehrig in His Time by Ray Robinson, 2006-04-03
  8. Lou Gehrig: An American Classic by Richard Bak, 1995-09-25
  9. Lou Gehrig (Sports Heroes and Legends) by Kevin Viola, 2004-08
  10. Lou Gehrig: The Story of a Great Man by Carol Birch, 2002-12-15
  11. Lou Gehrig: A Life of Dedication (Pull Ahead Books) by Jennifer Boothroyd, 2007-12-15
  12. Lou Gehrig Pbk (Easy Biographies) by Brandt, 1997-02-01
  13. Lou Gehrig : Sports Superstars Series by Richard Rambeck, 1994-01
  14. Lou Gehrig,: Boy of the sand lots (Childhood of famous Americans) by Guernsey Van Riper, 1959

21. Gehrig, Lou. The New Dictionary Of Cultural Literacy, Third Edition. 2002
(GERig) A baseball player of died from a rare disease of the nerves, amyotrophiclateral sclerosis, that has become commonly known as “lou gehrig’s disease
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23. American Rhetoric - Lou Gehrig - Farewell To Baseball Address
lou gehrig Farewell to baseball Address. I consider myself the luckiestman on the face of this earth. . delivered 4 July 1939, New York.
Lou Gehrig: Farewell to Baseball Address " ...I consider myself the luckiest man on the face of this earth." delivered 4 July 1939, New York Download Audio mp3 Fans, for the past two weeks you have been reading about the bad break I got. Yet today I consider myself the luckiest man on the face of the earth. I have been in ballparks for seventeen years and have never received anything but kindness and encouragement from you fans. Look at these grand men. Which of you wouldn’t consider it the highlight of his career just to associate with them for even one day? Sure I’m lucky. Who wouldn’t consider it an honor to have known Jacob Ruppert? Also, the builder of baseball’s greatest empire, Ed Barrow? To have spent six years with that wonderful little fellow, Miller Huggins? Then to have spent the next nine years with that outstanding leader, that smart student of psychology, the best manager in baseball today, Joe McCarthy? Sure I’m lucky. When the New York Giants, a team you would give your right arm to beat, and vice versa, sends you a gift - that’s something. When everybody down to the groundskeepers and those boys in white coats remember you with trophies that’s something. When you have a wonderful mother-in-law who takes sides with you in squabbles with her own daughter that’s something.

24. Lou Gehrig Youth Baseball & Softball League
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27. Lou Gehrig: White House Dream Team
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Lou Gehrig Lou "Iron Horse" Gehrig was quite possibly the best first baseman to ever play at Yankee Stadium. His stunning athletic ability made him an American hero, while his untimely death made him a legend. In his 14-year career, Lou broke many records. This left-handed player had a career total of 23 grand slams and a lifetime batting average of .361. He was voted Most Valuable Player in 1927 and 1936 and won the 1934 Triple Crown. Lou, short for Henris Louis Gehrig, was born in New York City, New York, in a section of Manhattan called Yorkville. His parents, Heinrich and Christina Fack were German immigrants. In elementary school, Lou found the time between working odd jobs to play sports. He would play whatever sport was in season: soccer, football, basketball, gymnastics or baseball. He also played marbles, billiards and checkers. Lou's attendance at school was remarkable. He never missed a day just like he would never miss a baseball game later in life. Following graduation from elementary school, Lou attended Manhattan's High School of Commerce. While traveling by railroad with his high school team to compete in Chicago, Lou met President William Howard Taft, who told the team that he was "looking forward to seeing [them] play." At this game, Lou hit a game-winning grand slam, beating the opposing team 12-6.

28. White House Baseball Dream Team Cards: Lou Gehrig
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    29. Encyclopedia: Lou Gehrig
    External link. Link to the lou gehrig page on the baseball Hall of Famewebsite See also. Batters with 4 home runs in one game Related Stats.

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    31. 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)

    32. ALS Survival Guide - Lou Gehrig
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    Lou Gehrig Lou "Iron Horse" Gehrig was the Yankees first baseman during the late 20's through 1939. He had over 200 hits in eight seasons, had a career average of .340 " Lou Gehrig Gehrig's immortal words of thanks on July 4, 1939, Lou Gehrig Appreciation Day at Yankee Stadium. Like a lot of people, I knew Lou Gehrig was a famous baseball player, and died from a rare disease which was later named after him. After I was diagnosed with ALS, I decided to look into the life of Lou Gehrig. What I found was that not only was Gehrig a superb ball player, he was also an incredible human being. Gehrig was modest, never flashy, and as a result he did not receive the attention that was bestowed on his colorful team-mate, Babe Ruth. Gehrig was even tempered and well liked by baseball fans and the press. As Fred Lieb, sportswriter, said: "There was absolutely no reason to dislike him, and nobody did." On July 4 th , 1939 the Yankee organization held "Lou Gehrig Appreciation Day." On this day, Lou Gehrig gave the famous speech quoted at the beginning of this page. He was also presented with various awards and his number 4 was retired, the first player ever to have his number retired. The following December, he was unanimously elected into the Hall of Fame. The Baseball Writers Association waived the existing rule which required a player to be retired one year before he could be elected.. On June 2

    33. A Baseball Family Battles Lou Gehrig
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    During the summer of 1967, 15-year-old Dianne Morford was one of thousands of New England teenagers who spent the baseball season with a transistor radio glued to one ear, desperately hoping the Red Sox Impossible Dream would come true. Unlike her fellow fans, though, Morford had a deeper, more personal reason to celebrate when Boston won the American League pennant.
    Growing up in Wellesley, she lived around the corner from one of New
    England's foremost baseball couples, Dominic and Emily DiMaggio, who also happened to be her aunt and uncle. She learned baseball by watching televised games with the former Boston center fielder, brother of Yankee Hall of Famer Joe DiMaggio. Dom, "The Little Professor," had a distinguished 11-year career with the Red Sox. He wasn't Joe, but he was a very good player.
    Morford eventually left New England to join the Navy, serving as a meteorologist until she left the military and settled in Monterey, Calif., where she married and raised her daughter, Lindsey, who is now 12. Even in California, though, Morford (who is now divorced) remained a New Englander and a staunch Red Sox fan, following the fortunes of the team from the Left Coast.

    34. Lou Gehrig "The Iron Horse"
    lou gehrig s legendary accomplishments on the baseball diamond include a.340 lifetime batting average, the 15th highest in baseball history.
    Lou Gehrig's legendary accomplishments on the baseball diamond include a .340 lifetime batting average, the 15th highest in baseball history. He collected more th an 400 total bases in five different seasons; a major league record. Only 16 players have achieved that level of power in a single season, Babe Ruth did it twice and Chuck Klein three times. Gehrig is one of only ten players with more with than 100 extra base hits in a single season, and only he and Chuck Klein did it in two different years. Lou Gehrig hit 23 career grand slam home runs, a major league record, he hit 73 three-run homers and 166 two-run homers, giving him the highest average of RBI's per home run of anybody in history with more than 300 HR's. On June 3, 1932, Gehrig hit four home runs in a single game becoming the first American League player to accomplish this feat. Gehrig won the Triple Crown in 1934 with a .363 batting average, hit 49 HR's with 165 RBI's. He was voted the Most Valuable Player in 1927 and in 1936. In the 1920's, a player could only win the Most Valuable Player Award once in his career. The award was changed in 1932 to allow a player to win it as often as he could.

    35. - 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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    37. Lou Gehrig's Disease (ALS)
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    Lou Gehrig's disease refers to a disorder called amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (say: ah -my-uh-tro-fik lah -tuh-rul skluh- ro -sis), or ALS. The official name comes from these Greek words:
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    • "trophic" for nourishment
    • "lateral" for side (of the spinal cord)
    • "sclerosis" for hardening or scarring
    In the United States, ALS is often called Lou Gehrig's disease because of New York Yankees' star Lou Gehrig, who was diagnosed with ALS in the 1930s. People in England and Australia call ALS 'Motor Neurone Disease' (MND). The French refer to it as 'Maladie de Charcot', after the French doctor Jean-Martin Charcot, who first wrote about ALS in 1869. Lou Gehrig's disease damages spinal cord pathways and motor neurons, which are important parts of the body's

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