Lou Gehrig – Society for American Baseball Research

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Why Is Lou Gehrig’s Disease Named After Him and How Long Did He Live With It?

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Lou Gehrig | Biography, Statistics, Disease, & Facts

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New York Yankees legend Lou Gehrig died 75 years ago on June 2

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Lou Gehrig: Baseball’s ‘luckiest man’

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How Lou Gehrig Fought the Deadly Disease Named After Him

Heart of a Hero: Remembering Lou Gehrig Heart of a Hero: Remembering Lou Gehrig Even compared to today’s modern athletes, with their access to advanced training and nutritional knowledge, Lou Gehrig was a physical specimen. His immense power and durability enabled him to compile some of the most impressive statistics in Major League Baseball history…

The most Ruthian Yankee of all time? Lou Gehrig

Few athletes — indeed, few people — have captured the American imagination like George Herman “Babe” Ruth. He remains the most legendary figure in the history of American sports, a gargantuan man who transcended the national pastime to become a national hero. The statistics are simply awe-inspiring: Ruth posted a .342 lifetime average while belting…