Lou Gehrig


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Noun1.Lou Gehrig - baseball player who died of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (1903-1941)Lou Gehrig - baseball player who died of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (1903-1941)
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According to David Vincent, home-run expert for the Society of American Baseball Research, teammates who have powered the most back-to-back home runs are Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig of the Yankees (16), and Hank Aaron and Eddie Mathews of the Braves (16).
NEW YORK -- A ticket stub signed by Lou Gehrig on July 4, 1939 -- the day he retired from baseball -- is going on the auction block.
1939: Lou Gehrig set a Major League record when he played his 2,130th consecutive game for New York Yankees.
Washington, July 11 ( ANI ): A baseball that New York Yankees slugger Lou Gehrig hit a home run with in the 1928 World Series has been sold for 62,617 dollars, an American auction house has said.
com)-- The Lou Gehrig Society is pleased to announce the first recipients of the prestigious Lou Gehrig Scholar-Athlete Award scholarships at Columbia University.
A peer-reviewed paper published last week suggests that the demise of athletes like Lou Gehrig and soldiers given a diagnosis of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) might have been triggered by injuries only now becoming understood.
NEW YORK: Derek Jeter surpassed Lou Gehrig as the New York Yankees all-time hit leader with a single against the Baltimore Orioles Friday.
5 ATTENDING yet another gangland funeral, Tony's nephew Chris Moltisanti declared: "Hell of a coincidence that Lou Gehrig died of Lou Gehrig's Disease
Lou Gehrig was the famous New York Yankee infielder that battled this disease.
La esclerosis lateral amiotrofica se conoce tambien por 'enfermedad de Lou Gehrig,' nombre de un famoso jugador de beisbol que murio a causa de ella.
Jonathan Eig, a senior special reporter for The Wall Street Journal, had wanted to write about Lou Gehrig as a third grader, when he lost out to a classmate on the coveted book report assignment.