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  • Lou Gehrig
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  • Lou Gehrig was a major league baseball player and Hall of Famer.
  • miniatur|Lou Gehrig Heinrich Ludwig „Lou“ Gehrig (* 19. Juni 1903 in New York City, New York; † 2. Juni 1941 in Riverdale, New York) war einer der erfolgreichsten Baseballspieler aller Zeiten.
  • Henry Louis, "Lou", or "Buster" Gehrig (June 19, 1903 – June 2, 1941) was a first baseman for the Yankees. He played hsi entire career with the Yankees from 1923 through 1939. This article is a . You can help My English Wiki by expanding it.
  • Lou Gehrig was a baseball player for the New York Yankees. He was a solid clean-up batter, and Short Round and his brother Chu had often argued whether Gehrig or Jimmy Foxx was the stronger player in that role. Short Round later apologized for these debates to Big Short Round, whom he regarded as the reincarnation of his lost brother. In the video game Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis he was mentioned by Omar Al-Jabbar on the Team Path when he sell to Indy a baseball with Lou's signiture.
  • Lou Gehrig var en manlig Tau'ri och han blev drabbad av en sjukdom som blev känd som Lou Gehrig's sjukdom. Folket av Novus hade funnit ett botemedel mot sjukdomen. (SGU: "Epilogue") kategori:Amerikaner kategori:Nämnd endast Universe karaktär
  • Henry Louis "Lou" Gehrig (June 19, 1903 - June 2, 1941) was the starting first baseman of the New York Yankees from 1925 to 1939, during which period he started 2130 consecutive games, a record for durability which stood for decades. Over his career he had a .340 batting average and 493 home runs, which were good for second place on the all-time home run list behind only his teammate Babe Ruth at the time of his retirement. 23 of his home runs were grand slams, a record which stands today. Gehrig led the American League in hitting in 1934, led in home runs three times, was a seven-time All-Star (in fact he was named to every AL All-Star Team from the first inception of the Midsummer Classic in 1933 through his retirement in 1939), was MVP in 1927 and 1936, won seven World Series with the Y
  • Henry Louis Gehrig (June 19, 1903 – June 2, 1941) was a Major League first baseman who played his entire career for the New York Yankees, from 1929 until 1939, winning a Triple Crown in 1934 and an MVP Awards 1927 and 1936. He also won Sporting News MVP Awards in 1931 and 1934 when the more official BBWAA Awards went to Lefty Grove and Mickey Cochrane respectively. Gehrig finished his career with a .340 AVG, 1,995 RBI, 2,721 Hits, and 493 HR, including the AL single season RBI record (184) set in 1931.
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  • 1941-06-02
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  • Contemporary reference
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  • Gehrig, Heinrich Ludwig
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  • Man
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  • The Center Cannot Hold
Spouse
  • Eleanor
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  • Lou Gehrig
  • Gehrig, Lou
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  • n/78/95624
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  • Lou Gehrig
Cause of Death
  • Motor neurone disease
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  • US-amerikanischer Baseballspieler
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  • Lou Gehrig
Religion
  • Lutheran
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Profession
  • Baseball Player
Geburtsdatum
  • 1903-06-09
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  • Professional football player
  • Professional baseball player
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  • Male
Death
  • 1941
  • --06-02
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  • 132273063
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  • 1903
  • --06-19
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  • Lou Gehrig was a major league baseball player and Hall of Famer.
  • miniatur|Lou Gehrig Heinrich Ludwig „Lou“ Gehrig (* 19. Juni 1903 in New York City, New York; † 2. Juni 1941 in Riverdale, New York) war einer der erfolgreichsten Baseballspieler aller Zeiten.
  • Henry Louis, "Lou", or "Buster" Gehrig (June 19, 1903 – June 2, 1941) was a first baseman for the Yankees. He played hsi entire career with the Yankees from 1923 through 1939. This article is a . You can help My English Wiki by expanding it.
  • Henry Louis "Lou" Gehrig (June 19, 1903 - June 2, 1941) was the starting first baseman of the New York Yankees from 1925 to 1939, during which period he started 2130 consecutive games, a record for durability which stood for decades. Over his career he had a .340 batting average and 493 home runs, which were good for second place on the all-time home run list behind only his teammate Babe Ruth at the time of his retirement. 23 of his home runs were grand slams, a record which stands today. Gehrig led the American League in hitting in 1934, led in home runs three times, was a seven-time All-Star (in fact he was named to every AL All-Star Team from the first inception of the Midsummer Classic in 1933 through his retirement in 1939), was MVP in 1927 and 1936, won seven World Series with the Yankees, and was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame immediately upon his retirement, in 1939. Gehrig's career ended abruptly and prematurely in 1939 when he contracted the incurable neurodegenerative disease amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. The disease caused Gehrig to die at the young age of 37 despite his always having been an exemplar of excellent physical fitness and, unlike some of his contemporary players, a practitioner of a scrupulously healthy lifestyle. The Yankees held Lou Gehrig Day on July 4, 1939, and he delivered a short but legendary address expressing his gratitude for the opportunity to play for the Yankees, describing himself as "the luckiest man on the face of the earth" and ending by saying "I may have gotten a bad break, but I've got an awful lot to live for." On that day he became the first athlete in the history of U.S. professional sports to have his uniform number (4) retired.
  • Lou Gehrig was a baseball player for the New York Yankees. He was a solid clean-up batter, and Short Round and his brother Chu had often argued whether Gehrig or Jimmy Foxx was the stronger player in that role. Short Round later apologized for these debates to Big Short Round, whom he regarded as the reincarnation of his lost brother. In the video game Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis he was mentioned by Omar Al-Jabbar on the Team Path when he sell to Indy a baseball with Lou's signiture.
  • Henry Louis Gehrig (June 19, 1903 – June 2, 1941) was a Major League first baseman who played his entire career for the New York Yankees, from 1929 until 1939, winning a Triple Crown in 1934 and an MVP Awards 1927 and 1936. He also won Sporting News MVP Awards in 1931 and 1934 when the more official BBWAA Awards went to Lefty Grove and Mickey Cochrane respectively. Nicknamed 'The Iron Horse', among Lou Gehrig's greatest achievements was a games played streak totaling to 2,130 consecutive games over the course of 14 seasons, a streak that came to an end when Gehrig was forced to retire due to amyotrophic (or amyloptical) lateral sclerosis, a disease that took his life two years later and today bears his name. Gehrig finished his career with a .340 AVG, 1,995 RBI, 2,721 Hits, and 493 HR, including the AL single season RBI record (184) set in 1931. During Gehrig's tenure as the first basemen, the Yankees won six World Series championships, including three without Babe Ruth. Besides The Iron Horse, Gehrig's other nicknames included Columbia Lou, Larrupin' Lou, Luke, Biscuit Pants, and Herr Lou.
  • Lou Gehrig var en manlig Tau'ri och han blev drabbad av en sjukdom som blev känd som Lou Gehrig's sjukdom. Folket av Novus hade funnit ett botemedel mot sjukdomen. (SGU: "Epilogue") kategori:Amerikaner kategori:Nämnd endast Universe karaktär